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Whe IPetrie 
Collection of Irish IVLusic. 



PART III. 



268 



Plough song. 

1055. ^^ 



From Mac Mahon, 





'ClCfCDT'fl g|f5= 




Welcome home Prince Charley. 



1056. 




+ Note. The abore fragment occurs, written in pencil, without clef or signature in Petrie's manuscript 
He adds the following- note: Where 'were you all day, - another so called Scots air,- is the Irish Sean a cacan 
or John of the quill" See"Vhere were yon all the day, my own pretty boy "N? 330 Ed. 

When she answered me her voice was low. 



1057. ^£ 





V-p* 




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a i r u u a i ^i 



* Note. See the more usual form of this tune in three -bar phrase, N? 251 and 613 Ed 



loss. ji ll <ierir; J 3j |./iiJJ J3 r c r || ' rJ J J i J ' J|J3jJJ - 1 




Note. The above tune is without name and is madeup from two almost illegible pencil jottingsin Petrie's M S S. 

Ed. 



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^rrJTrr 



* Note, Compare with N? 898 aud 899. Ed. 

The Petrie Collection of Irish Music Part III. 
Copyright 1905 by Boosey # C° 



1059. j"« j^^ rrfrrrrrj ^iJ^cx rrfrc^ ^ 



'c/rf f r r ^/jj i 




H.3S79 



2S9 



Set in the county of Derry. 



1060. JMi^ i rTrrT'J^irrrr i ff n^cr 




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j j j t j- 1 j j : n 1 1 



ipps 



sfe 




Ce^fi -outf xnlT|\ 



Set in county of Londonderry. 




j ^ mf r (■ 



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hs 




IE 



'IJTJJTJlctfCrCfltf rfCcfr^N J^J l 



Set in the county of Derry. 



Ceati T>titT mlif. 



1062. #^ 



Allegretto. 




^'' i , /aijjj /ni^rrrr i^j-Hu 



a 



Let's be drinking. 



1063. ^ 



bwviT) 45 6Vf 45.P054T) ti4 tnb^n. 



From Father Walsh. 







H.4279 



270 



burnt) 45 6\ Y^ p 654*6 r\d mbdn^ 



From T. Mac Mahon 



1064. i 




CHORUS. 




''Y\ ' * K ' 1 




c r i CrfCr ri^ cf f i cZr^irc rifl'i^ 




nr ctmcCCi 




The melody of the Harp. 

1066. ^i cfrf 



Ceolx-d Cftmr. 




Moreen. 



J)6i|itti. 



From 0' Neill's collection A. D. 1787. 




j ngr j j 1 j^j i 



* Note, The original vers ion. of Moo re's "Minstrel Boy."Ed, 



Wovnm bin. 



271 



From Mrs. Close. 



1068. ji>i jJi frE ji r JJUrriJ>J3iJ3J]T|i.jJJiJ3jji 




£)6ipin r\A rju b.Ainne, no ^"Bnin nf te^^VUi^. 




The strolling mason. 



2ln nibtnpe fMoift. 



Andante, 



From Mary Madden. 



io7o. ^ nc ritf^J J ii^rcrtc c rr JJijjcr i ci^ JjJi 



M jj^rrj i car^ 





^^ 



jjJij^rcj'ir^r^iJ ji i 



A second set of the above air. 

* i A ndante . 

1071. #^ 



k 



2tn n^btn|ie f^oft. 



From Frank Keane. 





jfl^crittErr^ 




^^^rr J JU.J J iq^fJjiJJ j gb r[; i c rrrrJju ^ 



H.3279 



212 



X Miltown a cudld me au ceol. 



In Miltown I heard the music. 

1072. |p 



Set from Margaret Hickey. 





X Milltown a cua\a tne<*n ceol. 
S 1 ^ setting of preceding. Set from Bridget Monahan. 



1073. i^w^iiP.g m 





y 



1074. I& 




<64 rrr i C /r r-^ 




r^L j #w.»|'»t 11 



The Maiden's lament for her lover's departure. Skull. R Mc Dowell. 

Andante . 



1075. - JVfrJ? 




^H^Sf^ 1 




H. 3279 



%\ ft ttuu-om \ tvoe. 



Yesterday morning, and I about to sleep. 



273 



Set from T. Mac Mahon 1857. 



Andante 



A Song between William English and Shane Claragh's wife. 





jj ;jj i upir 1 1 r t J a i jj j j n 



4* TVWtf. This word is uncertain. The binder of the Petrie MSS. has cut it in two Ed. 

&)o cA\\\n von veAy- £f wife 45 61. 

Mf Joyce from Davy Condon. 

Andante. 



io77 f4f£J'Tr ^' , rr i rr[ 





Do fniib^l tne 6,^6 &n ^jctum 50 ceile. 



From T. Mac Mahon. 





£ 



Ja 



' rr^ jir ^Ji u. iJT3 i r J"3 g 





4* ilfcfe. A variant of the preceding. Ed. 

Slow and with solemnity, (h) 



From O' Neill's collection. 



a slow ana witn * 

1079. pr rfr 





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ee£ 



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4- Note. The accidentals in brackets are supplied from another version of this Tune. Ed. 



H.3279 



274 



tLdtfi tfg^ ftottn 4n Vi. 



A little hour before day. 



108O. ^n T r r' J ^ ^ 




,« JJ-Tf JlJlJ 



-6^ 







j^?^. A variant of the preceding. Ed, 4* Another version has G# in these places, Ed. 






u Andante. 
*3 




4* JJr rJ i rt 




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S 



Z2 



r ' r i r t rttr i fr J c ^ ^ 



-s* 



i 



&4C4 b^ei£ tno cw. 
The pretty hair comb. From Skull. Co. of Cork. P. Mac Dowell Esq. 




££)ax%° n *£ t)ttti-d|ic^. 



Allegretto,. 



From Frank Keane. 



1083. ^iTj l J^ i 





* J * I ~ 'm * J I < 



" i= J 1 1 cX J" cD 





fJ3.ffWj - ftjij. ia 



* jlW^.Another version has Ed. in these places. Ed. 

H. 3279 



Ptf -pWuc. 



275 

From P Carew's MS. 





"afCTTff Ji 



dTrr^fi c rT-fCrr ' T J 





Cimi^ 4n M-d-cA ^tn 1 Laza\\i ^dn twotU. 



1085. # 



u And ante. 



From Frank Keane. 



5 



JJJj 7jiPV -r i ' l ^J TJ i jfl J jU J ^ 




cJ-i* Cjlt i cJ^j* r g 






Se An b-dUe feo r <y$AT> ma -ofvoc ihre. 



From Frank Keane. 




% t>fiioritfi tf tnowMt) ru lu^dt) te ttituioi. 



1087 j¥j( JlJi 





Wr^u ^ 



I 



H. 3279 



270 



% tfeau a 1 zx^e U4 piijvce. 



Andante. 



1088. **1 J il l -Tl i^ 3 I : 




fr r cJ i Cfifr i EJrfjJ i -rcr c r-if-ctr i r.j Efr i 



»JTPfja 




Sa^ijit; r^fi 'ce&jt^T). 



1089. ^»-a J j i J 



— r j J j w J— |— i 




4^ 




r ijuCJc/ l r p^fi 






y 

0o f toifuu 6 dpiifcji^roe. 



Mf Joyce from L. O'Brien. 




Jj ^lJTlJ^J^ i rjfilJiTj l J^J^J l 



Who could see noble Cor mac. 

A Allegretto. 
3? 



Ce cfbjre^i) Cojttn-ac va^aX. 



From Teige Mac Mahon. 




tumc ^jmvoe f^oi muWe&tft na £Cft4ol£ 

Mf Joyce from L. O' Brien. 



1092. ^^ 






jd\» • d j^ \ i j • i r [^ k j j - 



11 



I 



* Another version has a!> in these places, Ed. 



H. 3279 



Ci|^5 &\y tuavom \f 541b vo c-dpatt if 4 - b-diU^ le-d-c m£ pg*odip. 

From Frank Keane. 

Allegretto. 



1093. &8 f i r ■ Jj J' I 1 





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Lc/ i r J -i ji 



friJJJMJ-i c i rri 



21$ -dn twbdile tttidT) 4 ci -Ati bpum^e^U ttioT) annul tuna. 

Allegretto. 





rci rir rj a' i J^^ ia 



1095. ^fe 



S)o jtp&b bin -dti* 1 -qtevjedn dY ceile tm Vudt) letf. 

« 

MT Joyce, from Lewis O'Brien. 

Andante, 





MK rjj r 1 r-r --fl 1 r c; "H 1 ' 



Cr I J J 3 J- J I .1 II 



Cojtft-dro "oo cof-d d Seainm. 



Allegro. 
3? 



MT Joyce, from Ned Goggin. 





fflJ s\ 



I 



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s 



tpjjr J i J"J j^ 




H. 3279 



278 



Vp i -mo \eAntf (Cdome). 



1097. jtit JIUOJ U ^J I 



^ 



From Mr Joyce. 



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/?N 



1-5 








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=eS 



The Irish lass with the golden tresses. A Sligo tune. 

* 





ras 




Petri e'$ Note: - This tune was obtained by me from an old gentleman in the year 1810, who was then 
about S3 yearsofage,- Owen Connellan, Professor of Celtic Languages, Queen's College, Cork. His mother, 
from whom he got it died aged 110. See N° 46 which is evidently Petrie's original jotting for this Tune. Ed. 

2ltt C^ltftt fltt4T>. 



1099. wi c fiTr i Trr^U J J cr E 





Mj. r ;j;i; rrr >f E i rrF J;u. ^p 




H. 3279 



> v h 



2ln C^ilin \mat>. 



279 



From O'Neill's collection. 




k 



1100. ~mTi. 




ij fllflJ-fl l 



ill 



M> 



S 



£ 



LT'CJ 



i ^ tf ^ I ■ 




2ln CmXxxv ^u4t>. 



From P Joyce Esq. 



1101. ik ^ » ; n i n ^^ 





The ploughboy and cart boy's whistle. 
From T. Mac Mahon. 




Note. For other plough-whistles see N9 1051 tol055.Ed. 

T)S tnbevD^-o tno ^furo-f-d $ \&y> T>o qtovoe-fe. 
If my love were within your heart. 

JL 



Mary Madden. 




A Kerry air, also called"The true love knot V Petrie's note. Ed. 



&)u\ynm ^e-dl wo cftoif>e. 



k tr 





mm 



H. 3279 



280 



C^ttfui^m 4tt ¥^&x A T>' 



1105. #3^3 



A Mayo air. 




Note. See "A woman and twenty of them" N<? 816 Ed. 



Welti, Xdo^ wo qtofoe. 



1106. ^1 Q-Irr 



l fc£TLf ' 



i ^j^ 





g> SJJ Cj* I C-J" = 



i 



^S 



fo^m^j-J^J 



I CL/ CJ I 0"*= 



_1 • 



2tn Puc-d. 



A Connemara tune. 



1107. 




ftj73fJj|i 








mo8. ^^ 







fefe 




ft r ^J 




gmil 



IJJ^C-f l 




H. 3279 



281 



The Northern Hags. A Connaught'jig. 



1109. 





ni!J]U\\ 




CUbed^ l&ile^n bopei£; Mackey ftule^m cfteitfe. 



1110. 





ft ^c r i r cx j- i ^ r nr i i ij T Lru J i r ^ i 




*Wote. This title is given by Petrie in English characters thus "Clibig 1 volin vorey nackey walan 
Slava." Ed. 



nil. j"mi ^j 



If zpuA's we, $dn two Sp^*)- 

3 





rr /J i cjJr j ' i 




^^ 





H j 1 ? i J jt r ^ 




^ 



fr 




*= 



r i j. j a 



2t pdttT ru 45 dn ^cA\i\iA\^? 



1112. ^ J 1 ■ 





J J Ea 




fr 



P 



P 



H.3279 



282 



P|ftt.d -oeaf 6'tt z^Xi^Jo bin, 



1113. $* ' i U I £ /■# 




From O'Neill's collection. 1787 



r r i r = 




i 



^^ 




£2: 



p 




s 



t 



p 



r . ; cj i Cjt r i <S 



^il 



iVtfte. See "The Roving- Pedlar," N°360.Ed. 
The beautiful pearl of Slieve Ban. 

1H4. ib 





.AWtf. A variant of the preceding. Ed. 



Allegro. 



beafi aw f ifi piXAii). 



From Lord Rosmore. 



1H5. fc 




^un 



^rt^^n 






i ^j us tu i r r JJ] JJj J7j i 





r '^ JTj II 



H. 3279 



2lijt mdTom 4-tvoe, ffi c^ttv^-oam f^oil. 



283 



A. Munster tune. 



iii6. 1','i ;j i jjjj;i^u r i L £;r J 'i ; ^Jj i p^ 





Knowest thou my dear that I sleep not at night-. 




A Hop jig. 



bftffre bftenntt. 



From Lord Rosmore. 





rn i O-j ^J J j i 




iTrM^^i^ j 




tLaw Hi 05. 
The King's Cave. An Arran boat-song. From Lord Rosmore. Set in 1841. 

In rowing time. 



A W Ill lUWlllg I/11UO. ^^ 

1119. f Ji r t er eire<0-eire r JU g jM 




j ^rrrcr^ J gjigirgJcir J, ^ J '' 




j- i j j- j j 1 j j j i 



H. 3279 



284 



A Jig. 



Cu^ti^ T)t4tvmuvo •oo'tv caputt h%$. 



1120. ^11 [ £.' 




ft JTJ-rp 




Blow old woman and be merry. 



From P W. Joyce. 



1121. 




* 



i ci^ j TJiJ Jif J^^ir-r^ /^l 



<g* J"JJ JJ3 1 JT3 J^ 




frcri^f 




!' ^jTJi^^irfJi^jnJ i JrijJiJJJJTiiJ-Ji 






1122. jj» QjJ C Jgl|2j 






rfrrr i ttrrrrr 




Easter snow, or, properly, dre-aftr Hu^-o^m; no SneaczA Ca\^a, 



1123. 



PW Joyce. 1864. 





t 



»i 



=£ 



fir^jju^r rrV i Nrrc/irfrr i 




♦The name of a place in the C9 of Mayo. Petrie>s Note. Ed 

H. 3279 



Ceif Copfkdtt. 




285 
From P. W. Joyce. 



1124. ^n jJiJgj rrj i f rrr /^0 ifif 





*"A mountain in C? Sligo."Petrie ; s note Ed. 
Down among the woods. A Mayo tune. 

Andante. 



P.W.Joyce. March 1864. 



1125. ### 





^ P ^ 




2tn c-dtlm a r^ t n--dice Sli^i^, 
The girl who is near Sligo. March 1864. A C? Mayo tune. 



1126. 




rwy i y^jjij^ i rii;^ 




\t 



S 








■L^J CXf J J CJ" I ^ 



^ 



PP^I 



O Mary my darling. 

Plaintive. 



21 ££)&\y%\ y u wtufmm! 



From the Revd. T.Goodman. 

Ardgroven, Castletown Bere. 

Dec. 3™ 1863. 




H. 3ii79 



286 



Lively. 



ii28. ymJ3 i r r.£ rrC i J ' r L[f 





r ci J J £CJir 11 



Lively. 



Poll CeA\inn\z. 



H29. jiit i2; i r gr r i r fl cr'r r ^ IJ J ftir r ft 1 




JuJrn 



^V fr l 




J r r? i r i ft i rrg i frtt i fLrti 





r ^ i JJr/ i CJE;cj ' J rr? i N i 



Playfully. 



IPiljAmAow ftro w^fi 4 ri f e. 





btd£ n& 7}cpAQlo. 



n3<. j'tJi r jCrcJujJfflJ-jic j ^fj 



3: 






» 





H. 3279 



287 



Vf T5ttittetnea -fmhaX a 1am 



1132. 



Lively. 




rrroirr J i rrrr J J.TP 




J i jjir J'jj^i 



1133 . i 



. Andante. 



Coif c^ntr' An ctum. 



* 






I 



r pfsr cr J ^ »rcrrr 





* 



> rcrrHJjjj 





o>ft4T> na la nation. 



Andante . 



1134. ffj'ttj fl j 




ill 



t c/r r 




r 

batwf Seam. 



.j. Andante. 
Si 



Lr J Ur 




^ 



From P Concely. 



3 




flMrtf i rt ; 




#^A 



'^Lr i [Xr' 1 CJ/ 1 ^ J ^ 



H. 3279 



288 



'Ci tne X^^t^'i b^eifi^Uow Y^tt tnbaUe. 



The Prodigal Son. Now I am tired and wish I was at home. 

Andanta 



1136. ~ &fffif~f 




Set by Porde. 




"I'm a young little girl/ 

Andante. 



113 7. . jnfJiLr r^ 



Y c^itftv b§$ 65 we. 

From Mary J Malley Arran More Sept. 7^ 1857. 





Andante. 






ii38. y»j3 i J3. ^r-r i rgfrgu<OJj i Jj«irfr i rc[rn3'i 



j 1 rfrrpir j3gfCf i rT7i r j?jfflrgrff i J..[3J.j' i J j ii 



DottwaU wo m\Atv. 



Donnell my Love. 



From Mr. Mac DowelL March 1859. 



Andante. 



^ u tfAnaanie. , ^ 

1139. j Va jji J J] ji 




^ 



sfc 



I Jffl r JJ I J'l 




Lr CfKf cf l 





H. 3279 



be An An -pt^ puA\i>. 



289 



* Andante. 

H40. I h in 




As sung by Mary Madden. 

m 




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g-tf— a 





'Satjott* n& f 1*0. 



1141. 




. Moderato. 

3=S 



Mr. Joyce. 
From Joseph Martin. Kilfinane 



& 



^i p^ 



rf^l-'J'j.l CEM 



£ 





g+^W- 



1 



0a\a An Ct0to! 
Called also A new broom sweeps clean^and* Sweet Innismore" 

Andante. 



From F. Keane. 



ii42. ^it c g ri'rr J] | J3 r^'-'JJ i -- i ^J-' J i r rrfiri 'Cf | 



f' l - r^i j J^rr r J i rcctfirecr i rN^r^u jj i j i 



Notch variant of this tune may be found under its English title ft Sweet Innismore", N° 376. Ed. 



1143. 



* 



T)\a tieAZA *oo f\A\nze; a fift-fift coiji! 
Cuifum 50 \& c$r> mile f&Xze pcnhAz. 

Moderato . 

fa 



From F. Keane . 





r ym ri ^^J - 1 r r ^ i r xT^T^ ^ 




H. 3279 



aao 



Arthur of this town. 

Allegretto. 

1144. ^^ 



i 



2tjtrtttt An o^ule x e0 - 



From Mr. O. O' Conellan. 





& 



jjyijflfoUnj. i Jfl^ i JflrfTtr rrrfi 




• | ^r J l ^Ujl^ 



i /njfJ i ^rr a 



1Sta jtfi^oc n^ coitts'o bfuce. 



1145. 




Andante. 



From Mr. Owen O'-Conellan 



^ ! 



4^-W 





j3U c jTJ'ircr^ 




re/ Mr r fl \ ^Qj 




21h cuitmn leat; a\\ fin, oYotwmjt 45 ftuttucf ytiHn n^le^n. 

Do you remember the time we were hunting in the valley. „ ._ - ^.,- „ 

Anrtantp From Mr. Owen O Conellan. 

1146. 






CAji Uow no'n AonMfi. 
Come with me to the fair. _ -, -. _., _ „ 

Allegro moderate From Mr * 0wen ° Conellan - 



1147. pt r^^ i Pr T^ f^iPrf i rJTtfT i t ^rn 




II. 3279 



OotiwAtt 6 bluett. 



291 



From F. Keane NovF 28. 58. 



1148. 




PeTrie adds "This seems to be a tuue of Caroiaii's. Ed 

I never will deceive you, a Scop wo cfiovoe! 
I never will deceive you. 

Andante ^ fr 





■.J7 ] | j c j i j j jj pgga 




^)6|t, nf bg^; no 6"6won 4 cnoic. 



1150. 





i jj/TAjj.-: 



*)Sic.Ed. 



<y 



i 



Site b£3 le n^n^ttv cu. 



From F. Keane 19* July. 58. 




t 




thus: flk fy ¥ K 




H. 3279 






292 



Hb&xp, a CmtiAxn, 51V ! 



Andante. 

*=3 





* 



£ 



^ 





r * j tfj j ' * j ■ 



H& fiAmnA -gedla bitut. 



Lively. 



1153. j *> « r j 1 1 




lass 



Si 





1154. 



Allegro. 



Ha <§&vbx\& %z&\& binA. 





!* qj J-jj /3 | r j-jjjj i % r c r lr ^t rr/i cf JJJ- i 



iwiP. A Variant of the preceding; Ed. 
Note. Petrie gives the signature of two sharps. The tune is still known as above. Ed. 

2ln fiA&An ^e^V bin. 
Allegretto. Set from J* Buckley. Mf Joyce. 



1155. I ^ t g j 






^ J3 i r r r | £^ gjg 





V -I CjlJ JJ3lJ p =B 



it 




I 



H. 3279 



5|*iT> tno cleitf. 



Andante 



393 



Set from L.O? Brien. Mr. Joyce. 



ii56. fit r & i a rr i $u &x% JTn i ^ Saa 






Slow. 

1157. ^*fl p i J J 



be G'fte^n t. 




From the Rev. James Gooaman. 




i'ftf fljlflj? 




Andante. 



be'tt&ffun t. 



Set from J. Martin. Mr. Joyce. 




4n^fij^ 




1159. $&i=Q 



Ceo T>\ni\'beAC'c&. 



From Mr. Joyce, p. 23. 




j ^ .i JJir Cj 






^ J J I J 1 



H. 3879 



294 



21 ctufle ^qa\ two qiofoe. 



From Mr. Joyce. 



H60 





Na T CJ ' ^ Ltf T CJ 





TJlCJLtjIf; 




A woman's lament for the death of her Hen. From P. Mac Dowell Esq. 

Andantino. 



1161. 



Anaanxmo. ^ r~l ^ 




t/L£ 



Ojtin 4n 1113. 



From Mr. Joyce. p. 71. 



1162. $ U-H\^ : \g ^ & 





^j He icxr r n 





> n ccrrc i r 




Andante. 



£)A\pe ve^y. 



From P. Mac Dowell Esq. 



1163. jfrg J3 I J.J7] 



H±=£ 



* 





te 



w=a 



f 



* 



irrtf i r egp-iocrir M^ 




H. 3279 



2ttv ctvcncm ¥\lAO\jj. 



295 



Andante. 



Set from J. Buckley. From Mr.Joyce. 



1164. j 'lff Wrcflc/C T^ 1 ^^^^^ 




ir/r f rcr i ^pj. B -m'frr^i^J^ i ^jjj3iJ^ i 



If A\f ttWUTHtt *oom v\a Itum. 

From Miss Williams, heard at Kilmallock 



ii65. j«jij3J3JiJiij]i3 r crirrf TcrJ3 i J-JJ-jj roJ.j j i 



tf> J'3JJg" g 



jiftrQfr 




If ^i|t W4it>in T>otn ma tiidm. 



From P. Carew's MSS 



U66. jn jijjtjjj j^ i J7Pr- fl-ii:rr rc;^ i j-i , j.^ i 




j mmmmm* J^ ~ m* m m 




■JET rr E^iJ-JjtJi i jxoJJJi i jm 



Note* A slight variant of the preceding. 



Andante. 




Coif tut bfu^oe. 
as set by Dr.Hudson at Clonakilty-and given to Forde, 




r [/iet'Et^ 



c/ir criera-w^ 



Petrie adds note "This air, which is fine, seems obviously to be a form of the"Clarbug deal'with the, 
posed" (Part of his note has been cut off by the binder) See following: tune.Ed. 

H. 32*9 



trans- 



296 



%w clift bo$ ''*oe\V, 



Grave. 



or"Cashel of Minister;' 



1168. ffifg 




^ 1* 





QrC/^'^Cf^ 




i\W#. A variant of "The soft deal board.' 1 See Nos 581 and 582. Ed. 



Coif w& b^u^ne. 



liea ftiirricftJJifljflij. 










Note. A variant of the preceding. 



Andante. 



£)&\\\z aw cu\\ jt\n. 



From P. Coneely. 



1170. i 





Andante. 



J^^Ut b^n. 



From F. Keane. 



ii7i. ^.jgj^uj^ i r ^ 





f r^U.^ 



J J U- II 



H. 3379 



l§t Voice 



Ctnfuw-fe cm^az-^a An yesV^An feov. 



2*L d Voice 



297 

Prom Frank Keane. 
15* Voice 



jk | invoice ^0^\ *- voice ,^^1 i*.*voic< 

1172. ^ ft ^ JJ] I %4^; JJ J I J^ r i gp 




^^7 - 



2A d Voice 






•9- 



^m 





Smb^il if fA\^ wo te\\z T>otn ^up eifucifi bo fttitn. 

AllfffrO moderato. A Clare Spinning tune,FK 

^ , is ty i rft ^ 2«?Voice_ 

1173. fg£ f 



eane. 




^ J.J j| r ^/TH^-f ^h 



■*T-J 






Allegro. 

_/\ Invoice 

1174. f !! Jj^ 



DunaT)in Do^icd Donn. 



A Spinning wheel tune, 
From Frank Keane. 



4 



■*?— 




2nd Voice 



g 



l 



In^ftin o \uz\la A \\xhyA \av\ia. 
AllpfiTFO. ^ Spinning wheel tune , 



1?J Voice 




From Frank Keane. 



^PS 




2*<J Voice 




H. 3279 



298 



Cxiome— t>o ctuiro me, If tu-f^. 



Witntremulous expression of feeling. 

1176.* 



From E Keane. 




^^ s 



Andante. 



Oc on! a ctut> 4n t-f^ovgil. 



1177. jH < fl l JBJJfllj'J3 i P[ < fl.n 



Mayo air. 
From Dr. Kelly. 





Andante. 



If zfiuA*; we! ; S4f4n4t$. 



1178. 




From Mr Pigot's M.S. 



^ 



£z 



^cr i ^cr i cu'^'i^^' i ^'^ ^ 





drtf 



8 



*? 



J. £ T I r ^ I fl j tf tf^ ££j- 1 0" S£&- 1 Ef J 73 1 J7J1 



Andante. 



If cfiU4£ we! ; S^fdtuu^. 




The same air as the preceding. Different set. Petrie's note. Ed. 



Andante. 



&6;f ^e^l t)ulT. 



ii8o. j * -i tj : \ r gj p 



From Tuam. P Mac Dowell Esq. 





* 



r r A> l f nd? I r i r r n M r r / O N 1 




* 



EEpH^p 



£3 



i i' d jffittflQ g 



i 



#/£ The variants are taken from a second version of this tuue. Ed. 

H. 3279 



299 



2tfi comte^c $V4f 4n j^o^Mf. 



1181.^^ 



''On the green stubble of Autumn!' 
From Mary Madden 9^ Dec. 5 5. 






%n r-fe^n $eAn c,ditv5fi4c. 



From M r. Hard i man' s M.S. 



1182. 



* 





P 



\& n \$ ZK& 




If fe^V u"o ■oom 4ft btvujtartf. 
Andante. From Mr.Hardimaris M. S. 




d | w 4 4 I 4 J J Mzgz: 









■J l rJJ I ^j Ol 



Allegretto. 



CuV 



na tmuce. 



From Mr. Hardiman's M-S. 





i^a 



m^ 



m 



gt 




H. 3279 



300 



Andante. A.Mayotune,From Mr.M£Donagh 



1185. 




&}j r rfirr^rip »J*J i p r i i n T l Fl H n I I J l r I I 



Allegretto. 



1186. 




^ h lcjcj^ I 




1187. # 



Andante. 



Sliunte tuf^e. 




fo ^* 




^g 



TL 



E J J JW I p S 



etf 3+M l 



L^ofo n-d Sv£e. 



1188. j fe 





TT3 i n n 



CHORUS. 




• y x^ ~ j 1 j. H 



Andante. 



Coif -c&o% le^f, ^u ^ofic^i. 



1189. feiil 



From Mr. Joyce. 





H. 3279 



301 



Ca ft^A'S z\x *oo tfjufce? 21 fe^n -oume cootie! 

Allegretto. FromT Mac Mahon. 




% i%X&yAZA\y\ vf T)vombit) zu \tta-6 \e wn^ov. 



1191. MtJiflfl 

ft! 



From F. Keane. 




£tf= 




Andante. 



1192. jArJ i rcjn 



From F Keane. 




1193. f^f 



Spit) two c^ovoe ^n ''■ptosa* tfpe-dft. 



From F. Keane, 





k 



' ~ j> w 






• K- £'U, 



<■ , »> 



Atf/fr A variant of the preceding. 

21 t)^A\\A\^ 615! mi £dfcm TOpt An bozAy. no "An s^twi^e sjUwo-a: 

Andante. From R Keane * 





arij i^ts 




H. 3279 



302 



£)o tifton ^aw tnvfe'f^in fpeiji-tTe^in! 



H95. fr flu 



*± 






* m +m —g m g J w ~~ 



£ 



j J J'U- J a 



Sung in the Bannagher glens. Derry. 



1196. 




l* tLtt :n# \ $ fg& 




1197. pi 




t£6f\d byeAznAc. 

Sung in the Bennada glens,, C? of Derry. 

^m * — * 



* — ? 






Hac wife an ceAH cmjuc. 



A Mayo air. 



1198. 



9h\ u 1 — 1 1 f^ — I p-l f*=r — 1 , ill 


Vo' 4 -• « ^— ^ — d — « . , J a 




*4=f^3 



^ 



§ ^p p 



» 



Note. Petrie writes this Gaelic title in English characters thus:- u Nogh miseun cian einrich: 1 Ed. 



1199. #E? 



As sung in the Bennada glens. Derry. 





H. 3279 



b' jzixyufvs Aine kac of 4c^ ru tlofA &-y*&w. 



303 



Sung in the Bennada glens. 



1200. . yntj3B i J- f r i r J -J ? JjrJ. i JJ fncrcr i Jr^M, i 



ift-j^J'fr i fOrr r fUr'^Mg tfri rr^JrJ Jj i fc 



~& 



i 



CazaX mac Hova. 

Sung in the County of Louth. From J. Tighe. 



1201. j'll JlJ 




'■ jl ^ w ~ p * ^ - j j * ~ r r p ■" ■ p i * p ■ p r * p ■* j j « i 


-«►— -=«j — ? — d J * ^ -^-J L-L. — R= L_r i-*- 1 — p — ,LJ - J -i 



Uwbo 4$4f ttwboT 



1202. && 




i 



A Dirge. 



^^ 



Zn "wattle" 6! 



1203. 





ninjl 



2ttt c-fe-dn tie-dn iTocx. 



1204. ^H 



As-sung in Munster. 




^r i cm Ccjf i 





rr lf ~ r rcj 



j 



ia 



• • • 



H. 3279 



304 

Sex az \,\x\peAc £)a\\ie. 

An ancient Hymn. Also the melody of Ossian's poem of Tale. 



1205. # f£ 




m m 




The Cuckoo's nest. 



2tn fpe^^fooiji. 







j^ jjjjlH/i^^UJJjjj^ui 





i^ J J-T JJ7 J3U 





-f rr r_ z j * * ^ « *' • * " 



be^n -d t4&n|me. 



1207.^ 




Or, the Hostess. 



r\ r r\ 



CHORUS 




21n pal-dfjin wtntnne^c. 




'" r^urjij-ijjjj i ^ i ^' i ^ i i 7 ^ ^ 




H. 3279 



305 



2ln pdldwjm tmtineac. 



120 9. ^g 





CHORUS. 




Cfiewottii. 



Carolan. 



1210. 




L£T|t,rcjcj i r « &\ 





/ 



iV#^. The title is in English characters thus: "Cremonea J 'Ed. 



e/ ir C r c j- i r c xcj-ir c rur i J i 



1211. 



or, The taylor of the cloth. 





V-AW t*V4ft VA\\i, A cUlT>fie! 



A Munster jigg. 



1212. lH 





c ^tt ri rJ^ i Jl 





* 



"recent 




inJr^irW fr i r c'rV 




J'JJI f J w 



H. 3279 



806 



0! wo caiUn; xfuwcxj} ft! 



As sung by a little girl heard at the foot of Slieve Gullaninl807. 



J.Tighe 





»^ i j^^j]i^jjjj i j]j^fr rnif[ j f . ii 



Allegretto. 



! wo c-drttn, •tfiwri'j f f ! 




fa 1 ' r irrrr ri rrf rr r r if g-rr r r MT r rf r i 






3fa&. A variant of the preceding. Ed. 



i2i5. f ^ ;?3 i r ^iNJ^ i r-fU i fr t P ^S 



g^'" r . rQj pi 



igj pp 




Ce'n bejfUc 4 noe<dC4i£ p? 



"Which way did she go? 



1216. j^a jj^ircr^ i J J:3fl 





i 



^ F^ 




CHORUS. 



.g crCr i rjrrr -D 




AW& A variant of the preceding. Ed. 



Moderately. 



Or, Brigid of the fair hair. A Munster air, set in Caher. 




Da Capo, 



H. 3279 



3G7 



%n cA\\\n von. 





Cdowe tut xeAn-Aox^e. 

O^the lament of old age?' County Clare Tune 




CHORUS. 



r cfn ct^ji 




H\ oVpvo me n\ &x m ® ^t* n& box; 1 ^5 feo SU5V5. 



A Sligo Melody. 





c/rj'ir.f' ^ i 





Hi oVpvo me tu a\ tno 4 ft n& boifte feo SW515. 



1221. 






jlfcfc. A slight variant of the preceding. Ed 



H. 3279 



308 



Hi ol^tT) we w\ &\- wo A\y U4 boc't^t^ feo SU^t^. 



1222. ^^ 






Note. Petrie places a signature of B flat and Aflat at the beginning of this tune. Ed. 



Seij^n £4154. 



An Erris Melody. 



1223. #^f 






'iNri rirj rcrfl inf r! y i r ^ r rTQ* iCrp r if f f 




Seim 5^b4. 



An Erris Melody. 



1224. ^it r/i r ^iJ i J"r cr i flup r: i r ^J/r; i r ^i Ji 



f' rnrr rtf i rjrn^ ^ 




r r i r r r i r rn 



f l 'Crriff i r rfrr i r/Jjjj i jjJ i r ^j i j r J3 i ^3Tjuii 



Nofr. A variant of the preceding. Ed. 

Se^woume cam. 
Or,"the young wife and the old manias sung in the county of Mayo. 



1225. 





Note, The following 3 bars 



$ JT3IJT}< j 



appear in pencil above the ending in Petri e's 



MSS. (He had originally written the second part of the tune throughout in?6}He also adds ."Trans- 
pose this into D minor two notes higher)?' See N9 529Ed. 

H. 3279 



309 



Sean burae. 



1226. ffi j r rrr4lgp 



r cjlTi r~ i" i j r ip 




21 wt^fitim! flimce! 




♦ Sic in M.S.Ed. 



1228. #ff3 



I 



bii-dc-dtHtn buvoe. 




r^J i rr^i 




i 



CtrffrirffCcri(frr r^ gJjfl jEyaau^ jpaiifrr r i 





£gtfT[criId*Lcri J ssfltrr i [rrm , i [cr^ i [r;r r » 



tlil-le-Vui! wo tniilm. 



From T. Mac Mahon 



1229. 




p'r^r^'r^ i^ 




■f rcfCr J 'tfCrrW^ 



CHORUS. 




* 



i» jaJ3JJB l r J3J| jlj3J3JJ3 l r E f|vJl jg ^ 



A0te.Petrieadds"See Mr. Joyce's set of this air!' Ed. 

H. 3279 



310 



tUti-lva! wo tnjulnv. 



1230. ^fliJ^r c / i rcJr/r i J^ 



p n - cj c r r c jiC rcJC jT i C/ ^ r tr i t r cr fl ui 




2lti cjviufcm tin. 



From Father Walsh. 





Lively. 



2ln cfttufcm I in. 



1232. j*i"e/' 



Kerry version. 




Andante, 



1233. |Vj B ^ 



From Miss Williams, heard at Askeaton. 



p 



e- 



r g J- ji j- ; j 



pg^ 




* 



£ 






■^ 



^ 



±t 






^ 




* 



i ..rcij.;j-J i r'c M i J jj ij i 



H. 3279 



311 



\ 



s w4ic am imwe -cu. 



Very Slow. 

1234.3^^ 



Scorching is this love. From Father Walsh. 






*H^h 



££e& 



s^ 





zz 



■& 



ff 



J 



I 



♦ These ornaments appear in a different form in Petrie's printed Collection Ed. 

2tu DfteoilVm (The Wren). 




1235. f *W fltlSllS 








1236. 




S 



Cd iHgc a mA\rtm\jy\y- we. 

"Hag, you've killed me? From Father Walsh. 



ifc 



s 






2li|t 6vfte, tit (v)tte6f4in ct^tp. 



For Eire I'd not tell her name. 





A* J J3 l«l J trip=3 




H- 3279 



312 




2ln £4ftw 65 a cyAVAXJ} we. 

County of Limerick. From P Mac D. 



^ [T #1 p*f *• # J l J * 




Crirccr.y'JiJGrrJ^iJrr nrcrg- i 




^f£ffflt^fl , i ^ crr ^ i rc J ^ 3 ii 




2ln ^ftw 65 t>o c^irn^ ttve. 



1239. j^ w j ir rc /%-^toj, 




tct *?Ji J err J3 





AW*\ A very slight variant of the preceding. Ed. 

TiottHtt *oub\ 



C?of Cork air. Mr. Watson. 




1240. r»ifj\ \ 



LT I ejCjjf I f J ^3 1 f J lT 




I J-J73 1 J f ! if 1 




m J I [ * J J 1 J J^H 



iM?/fc. Petrie gives the signature of two sharps. There should probably be but one. Ed 

Uoifim tmb. 

1241. #i JT] I J. J J*j 



^ i rcc/'f J,J ^ 



j* rc/^ir c^ 





l ■! ^ 1 Jnff ^- Ji 



H. 3279 



313 



Is fso 6 j}e&\\ vn etUttv Viow. 
Tis long" ago you promised to steal away with me" 



1242. fffj^p 



P. Conneely. 




f 







Andante. 



SctU|"0 T>ub. 



1243. fri^ljJ-JJ^ 




y*> J J3f 




SctUgT) "Outf. 



i244. | # « [ ; i jJJrrrri jj ^ 





Note. A variant of the pre coding*. Ed. 



SciUgTi T)trtT. 




1245. <S^t- J] I J 




4 h »" c r c j c j - 1 j j-3 r »>jpj 




i^JIXJj-j JU 



iVtf/V\ Another variant of N9124& Ed. 



Is fjopvA cu^ut:-]*^. 



1246. f^ i trfrjJ^rj'cricEfl'J e r&^ 




* ?Ed. 



H. 3279 



314 



S^ax^z za\i re6|t4*6. 



1247. jto JjlJ 



from the Chief Baron. Jan. 1. 1852. 





Petrie adds note,"As I doubt if this should not be in % time, do not copy it." Ed. 

Dtttf nu bin. 
"Are you not the bright star that used to be before me?" 





Note. A variant of N9 831.Bd. 



21 tie^n £ t\j>e xka pi^re. 



1249.# 




$> r cJiCj cx /icj" c 




^ JffcjBi^cJ 




cJk^ttft 4n we4"oatf 



Or, The gurgling of {he churn. 



1250. ftJ c J c J 7JTTJ > jJ , JJ]U C , i r JTjl^JJ]j.J 




f ri-rii^ 




H. 3279 



/' 



315 



Coif \\a bfU5T>e. 



Maestoso dolce. 



1251. 4'^nCJT r OlQJJ.3 





* 



' i r r Fftn 



n\ 



J 9 \ ' 



m 




* 






adlib. dolce cresc. 



m 




= pflJ J 



^ 



^ 



i 



iVi?A?.This air is not in Petrie's handwriting. Ed. 

Ca we I tno cot>Ut>. 

From Mr. J. Keane's book, Kilrush. 



1252. ifi 




JJiJr^l 



nip JJl Jr^l 




"CiT we (45) cte^wn^f. 



<Y 



The banks of the daisies /' 



Ealying song. W. Ford 





j u fl n 1 Jl 




/j 1 cj. P r ■§ 



a 



21 tfu^c-diUroe! Cm^n^e le ce^e: no 
2tn buACA\\\\n "ooun. 



Oh Boys help each other. 



1254 : fai JJirrarirrr^irjJ 



Croppy song. F. Keane. 



a 



HJjJ i rcritr i 



I 1, rcr^irjJW 



! ffl l r^ D ' i rr Ecr tff J ^ 



t' re rf f i rr c cr i rcr f i rr ftf i rr^ i r j ^ ^ 







xVtf/^'The true name of this air appears to be the Buacailin donn .It has been, set by Mr. Joyce from the 
single(singing?)of Mary Hackett, a native of Limerick,now in Dublin "(Petrie.) This tune is known 
also as"The Maid of Cooley Shore ."Ed. 

H. 3279 



316 



2tn btt4C4ilUu *oou, no CtLuUe \n ple-t\Jtc,d. 

From Teige Mac Mahon. 



1255. ^njijjjj/J i rurl ^J 





fn ^^ S ^ 





buAc^Um von. 



1256. fN 





* 



k 



m 



0~0~ 



f}\rtf t l\t(r t^fi\ 




JVote.The small notes in the last few bars are in pencil in Pet rie's handwriting 1 For a variant of thistune 
see a Never despise an old friend'. ; N°6"75.Ed. 



* 2tn bu4c4iU b^n. 



From O'Neill's MS. Vol.1787 




QfliJ.lJJJ 




^ f «Q/3 




rctfrj ir'% i J '^ ^ 



^^. The title has a pencil note (not in Petrieshand)"Same as night closed around the conqueror's >vay J " 

Ed. 



btutcaVUn bttfoe.* 



1258. i%j^ 



A Munster jigg. 





t 








AV^ . This tune also appears in fy£ time. The accidentals are supplied from a second version in A major. 

♦Written bv Petrie"Bruithe"as in N° 9fi. 

H. 3A>79 



2tn btucAvUvn buvoe. 



317 



From J. Keane. 



1259. -|V^lJ^rj l ^J 





I'rrrrriEJrr^^M J ii ficrurrr^rfi 




2ln bu4C4iU c^ol t)u1j. 




fCr^ i ^J^JS 





2ln bUACA\W c^ol T>tttT. 



From Paddy Conneely. 



i26i. ftn jjJi ^ frjajjjjj jro i ^ ^x?i j. ,b .p i 



l^ cr^J^ujjjjJTOcj-^rji^ ^ 




Note. A variant of the preceding. Ed. 



%n buACA\\\ c^ol TUtlT 




TlVf : A variant of N91261 . Ed. 



H. 3279 



318 



\f buAc^uVkw 65 we, ^n &|i, ^n ctun. 



if 



I am a young boy, without gold or stock" 



Kate Kane. 




1263. pig 





#nsn 



• ;3 1 J" 3 cm" i Cj [_tf m; ^ i 




2tn fto^tjte "ootU. 



From J. Mac Mahon. 



1264. 





Note. See the variant of this(in the minor) called" Oh my love she was born in the North Countrywide!' 
No. 516. Ed. 

2tn "Ro^-AVfte TmtT. 

Or the black rogue. A. Munsterjigg, formed on the air'Brigidof the fair hair." * 



1265. 




| HJT3J-JJ | ».JTJJ p 




^HlJ?!^^^ r l '^JJ] | J ^ 






*SeeNo.l217 Ed. 



H. 3279 



3 in 



biidcaiHw 65. 



1266. 



* 




From the Carew MSS. 





j-jjj.Hto^Tjj^rp^i^ ^i 




Sate. This time also appears with no sharp in the signature. Ed. 

Same^t? burae. 
The yellow sands. Sung in the Bannagher glens. 



1267. jmjujJ J. 




r]N^ i i 




1268. 



£41 new buroe. 

A Song of the Bannagher glens. 





Note, A rhythmical variant of the preceding. Ed. 

Cdpf^Ofec bin; no bu^caiU caol t>u6. 

1369. -" " ' "-"" ""^^ 



County of Mayo tune. 






AJ?^. A variant of m 1261 . Ed. 



H. 3279 



320 



Sein a btifiCii (John de Burgo, or Burke). 




Seiu a bttfica. 




h 



1271. $' Up [J 



^ 






* 



f CJr i njT g 




##/£. A variant of the preceding. Ed. 



An ancient Clan march. 



b^iifC^. 





* 



rmuiJTiniiij 




Note. The variants are taken from a second version which is otherwise identical with this. Ed 



3w4t) ^eul tno qvovoe. 

Set at the Fair of Slane. Septr 3 r _ d 1842 




i274. fvirjririr^iJ flfl i l i jij fluiflfl i 




fl m ;fl ri fiC fl ^i 




Note. A slight variant of the preceding. Ed 



H. 3279 



The stout little Boy. 

Andante. 



1275. i 



buACM\\\n iplJeil'. 





i276. i^» ij i ,i ;J r r rir r r ^ r r jjfr rrr «Qu j j A 





AWr.This tune appears several times, always with an undecipherable Gaelic title written phonetically in 
English characters thus: u Niuny Vorha 1 . 1 Ed. 



Xs& we \ tno cot>Ut> Y ni tm,)^ we. 



Set in Arran. More. 



1277. fe 





fe 



s 



^ 



j "3 1 J- cj j i r cj^ 






Jb 



tb 



r - J J j ij.Jt-j i j i p 



r j ju jtjij ■ 



1278. S 



Allegretto. 





iVtf/V' . This tune occurs twice with an undecipherable Gaelic title,written phonetically in English charactere thus^ 
Woley farthach ua witlah cratah fauhil patraie tru#h go lure. Ed. (Cf. The Finale of Berlioz's Faust.) 

H. 3279 



322 



1279. jteg 





Andante. w 



From F. Keane. 



1280. 





Note* The accidentals in brackets are supplied from another version of this tune. Ed 



i28i. ^m 




* 



JjJlJJfl l LjJ-VjJJlJ^ 





1282. ^^ 




mm 




H. 3279 



323 



V^Xaxvo 65, ft. 



1283. j'l ffi i JjJ rr i r-WErfriJjj 





*d 



*; 



tfinr fjtfir ^ 




^rcrO' i rrjr 



Petrie adds note' 'Should have been set in FT Ed. The Phouetic English title of this is written as fol lows :-"Fl and 
og chovue sdas muinter agus the direVEd. 



Suyji-d tU ^CA1(iA 



1284. 




5 



& 



tjirnirni 





JVotr.Thti Gaelic title of this air appears written in phonetic English characters thus:-'Sugra ua garah is a 
dharmagh la blean 1 : Ed. 




Note. A variant of the preceding.Ed. 



1286. j'il^ r 



Sung in the Benada glens. 




Caoine. ^ S low. 

1287. ** 



21 Ledctt^ji-dTj Atv 




uVofr. The word omitted here is writttn ;, guish v iu Petrie\s MSS. Ed 



H. 3279 



324 



% 'Qotf-A\ye\ SZAT>\ 



1288. 



* 




mm 




i'rrnr^^j 





% *Q6tf*M\ie\ fzsol 



1289. f I t j I JTTJ J"]^ I f- r 



J3 J J 




' J. J r l PJJ. 



i^£[£f[lnr^J7Ju- j i 





Note. A variant of the preceding. Ed. 



County of Cork. From P. Mac Dowell, Esq. 



1290. #fe 





jfr jj i J J3 r tf i r-% f r"f i c?tf cj-^p iJXnjjj 



2l|t -pon bin tmtf Jn j$\eAx\A. 



1291. ffif? 






H. 3279 



325 



kV . s 



,e ctpe;iT> fiiT) mupzM'S 



Allegro. 



1292. jA i! juji.3 r fiJ J i ^r f ri£:Tccr r r f ij^j jj c i 



CHORrs 




or "The one horned cow." 



bo, bo, bo r\A \eA-c-A\i>\\ite\ 



from Mac Mahon. 




Note: See Nos. 340, 341, 342. Ed. 



Allegretto 



y 

hlyfoAyA tu£ DowtuuU. 




Oc! 6c on I wo 1?|i6n ^f wo tniUeAtJ. 



An ancient Munsterair, 



1295. L H* M S 




^i 



r„^ .i. 



1296.^^ 



Oc! 6c on! wo bfton a\ wo willed. 




M y rr r J3i J jjj paiJy r ^i J c /f ^ J J fl ' 



M J V rr J1U ^r J3UJJ] j J1IJ cflT fllJ. ;]. j1 J. jl l 



7\^^ J : A variant of the preceding. Ed. 



H. 3279 



3^6 



Oy&n Cavpleim tut h^cierie. 



1297. ^^^ 



i 




J3i j i r: i 




4 



* 



■ . nira 



#- 



§ 



i 



^ 




ft 



* 



— ^ ^ — *— ■ ■■■*■ ■■ 



^ 



^ 



1 



Note, Castle Hackett,near Tuam 



1298. fe 



T&oy&w CAifleim tut hac^tie. 



r^U J p i . 




# 



* 



^#^ 



,3= 



4^^ 



k\ J J -r 



a^ 



e^ 



i 



2tn cof r>e4f \ wbfto^. 



1299. 4^^^ 






t 




^ 



rjtfirrfr 




= [/CJ"^lfli P 



I 



c/ 



2t cof -oeAf i wb|io^. 



1300. jA a Q ffir r r jir rrcrirr c r^ ^ 





Note: A variant of the preceding. Ed. 



H.3279 



327 



pd a euttt4tn $tl! 



1301 . ffim r Jflii C Effr i r r ^ | J j^i^^jjj 



Sun zu^ytA\n llti/jjtni) le^t. 



Set in the County Derry. 




TVW^.The Phonetic English title of this tune appears as follows :"Giu]iey Hugtuiu chlnliat." Ed. 



La jte\Y Pav\ia\c; no porfefteacr. 



1303. 




2± 



1^ 







Sua? le w 1 nv^i / 5'oe^n ftuf an "pr^-ojie. 



Or' I went with my maiden up stairs.'' 



From Mac Mahon, C? of Clare. 



1304. 





J QJflir rrri 





jQj7^i r [jfC r i r ^nu. ii 



12a &tt> -\& yztin f\\^o; no t xxawa^ca na b^ui). 
Or/*'I will go to the mountain" or/'to the Roebuck pinnacles." From Mac Mahon. 




H. 3279 



328 



&)\ipn\n nA ^jiuAi^e T>on-tmiT>e! 



From Mac Mahon. 



1306. 




4* frcr c fl'icrcrcr i &rcj'fl i ^ 





bfU'jtT) ofy nA 'stum Ann. 

.5 tr 




O young Bridget my beloved. 

3 



21 bfU'jiT) 615 ha ^cnwAnl 



From T. Mac Mahon. 




Note. A variant of the preceding. Ed . 

T>i b>^Ain-re *« z- X M\cix^. From TeigeMac Mahon 

k 



1309. 



i 





fcfe 




^l Sj \ ^ I* C I L I T [[jp^tt 




H. 3279 



Pi 



ce in r-fti'g^.d, 



329 

From Teige Mac Mahon . 




O Mael, I am ruined by you. 

1311. & 



2t waol! a vs wo wile ^ii Xedz. 



From T.Mac Mahon 





2trv x An pif a za uaxz? za fi in feo. 

If itis the pea you want, it is here; called also 
"The Bold Sportsman',' and "The Carpenter's March? 



1312. feg 




U^ y^ i rj ^ f ifep 






*! *H J I 



Not€:k variant of the preceding. For another tune, under the title "Carpenter's March" see No. 992 .Ed. 



%n \n\\\n bttfoe. 



The yellow blanket. 



1313. ^^ 




From the O'Neil MSS 




H. 3279 



330 



2tn fuipn bAn. 



The Shusseen ban. 






( + ?The signature of three flats omitted. Ed, 



Lament. 



Andantino. 
3 



UttA \IUAV. 



ir 




C^ome. 



From Kate Keane. 




Note. A variant of N? 1033.Ed. 



Caome, 



From Mary Madden. 



Andantino. 



1317. ffi. a fl JT3 I r J ^ 




r-^M^q -i 





t 



^^£ 




ifo/<?. A variant of N? 200 Ed. 



H. 3279 



The Northern road to Tralee. An ancient Clare March. 



331 



1318. 




i^m^ 




tzj j ji j- r ! ii'J g 





JIJT3J "Hi 



5gfl 



ife^.This tune also appears (N<? 448> under its English title with some few differences of rhythm. Ed. 



-v*- ^ ^ 



r-AjftAwoxx) put) W4|t 4 r4 fe. 



1319. 





fl nr r v^N- J - i rr ^ 





Note. See N9 387 Ed. 



Cd\\\n *out>. 



Set in the County of Derry,1834. 



i beri^o j^j r i^ra ^Eg^ 




t^p^njam ^ ^-H^ i 





21n c-dvlfn fttuvo. 



The "Caillin Ruadh." 



1321 





i^5 J3i^ 



;=JU=i 




m g^ 



i B Pi rc^t i a.^ 




H. 3279 



332 



0o cd\\\n jtu^T). 



Andante. 

1322. 3S 



From Mr. Joyce, b.b.p.62. 




%x\ Cd\\\Xi fM14T>. 




"rfflT /rrf fff^ 




2tu cd\\\n \\uso. 



The Cailleen ruadh. 




flVff i r c rj g^ 



i 



*WW#.The accidental is supplied from auother version of tliis tune. Ed. 

S)o CatUn "oe^tf [tti^T). 

(County of Donegal.) From W^Allingham. 



1325. ^^ 





JjJ/r i rr>JT]nr > J i 





"Ltf i rr^r 





21 C^itm Don ■oe^f n^ £ct4C4 bin^. 
or'*0 pretty brown girl of the white breasts'/ 



From Mac Mahon, 




*Wot<'. The manuscript has iioku these three places. Ed. 

H. 3379 



C^iUn -oe-df "oon. 



333 



Or The pretty brown girl. 




C^ilm "oe^tf T>on. 



A Connaught tune. 




Note.k variant of the preceding-. Ed, 





Jfofe.Uhe signature should probably be two sharps. Ed. 



Donw-dU o ffte. 





$ 



k 




H. 8279 



. ETLO'lr r ^ ff tj*l£jC^f * ^ W- ^ ^^ 




334 



Doitm-dU ma 'jjfieine. 




Andante. 



T)omn-dH 65, 



From Kate Keane.Deci: 12 1 ! 1 1854. 




DonwaU 65. 



1333. ^ 



t 



te 



2=^ 



3 




j j n \ . 




^^ 




Ctmnl^. 



1334.^ 




k 



ir cr r ' ^o 



p 




k 




m^£ 



$ 



^m 



cM. tub 4 Ofi^. 




H 3279 



335 



Le^dbA cltmtv Y cofVOAvoe. 



A bed of feathers and ropes. From E. Currey. 



1336. 





S^g 



m 



^m 




broe^ri vu ^av' Awmj}. 



1337. A 








J J J J -T- L,^ 



r|JT].J?JTj|J^ | 



CtW wmfie n^i scftAttn. 



Allegretto. 

1338.^^ 





F ' UJ TIT 





1339. 



Note, A variant of the precediug.Ed. 



H. ^79 



Paddy O'Snap. 






336 



Wtuift a tfet^vmf e pw 50 T>v\ An v- jon^c. 

Andante. 



i340. jii;U7? r ^ 








5^« 



HttAiji 4 fei'jjvm 50 tn^ ^n CAti^ne. 



1341. « 



r 



:grr 



I [ HlJ J ^ ff f l j J #^ | 




^ r r c/ | J J ^ |J< 



ips 



3=^ 




If be^s Uom 4 -ppevp. 



1342. 




1343. m 




Andante. 



^Sl 




+1 



'ftf^ 





+)i\ote Another version has D^in these places. Ed 



S\\aH) mojv. 



1344. j^nji%r'f i crrrrc 




■)!>" cj c/f ^ i Jjj^p - j]p p |» up j^^ju y | 




e£ 




^ g/^CTf* # 




P^r' c i ^^ rfi^^r J irr^ 



H. 3279 



Sll4t) tttOfi. 



1345. 




337 



From Coneely. 



ff t* IS 




M_ ° V" "^ F~~ « * * m ' 1 *~ — "H 


TO ^-J-M-Jt «L« • f » W- "* «^Ui 4 





iV^/f. A variant of the preceding. Ed. 



Is btt4C4lU b6 7 C^O|t4C. 




t 



1346.^^ 



1 — t 



^ 



r i ij j j . \ \,i m 



v- 



(CHORUS) 




Sviitial ^ ^fut). 



From M^s Harte. 




2t 5 e^a cutn^m. 



1348. yi-^J 




^S 




-4-±4f- 





T [ fiJ JJ^3i«l J'JTJ i p p /X3-U 



i 



H. 3279 



338 



l£)A\yt tlA mbAX\-%\AC. 



1349. 




&4£f friCI&^p^ 




Note. This tuue appears elsewhere, iu 9q time, oue toue lower, and with four flats iu the signature. Ed. 



'6vA wop fvyocA^ze. 



1350. 




^ 



^ LTLTI : 



i r pr fjiej ^p 




rJ rjieJ-F-i 



^ i' c/ir 




^)ot>4 tje^t WV5 Dttbtu. 



1351. *S 




j^^ ^tt Tt fc/ Cj-I^JIJ fllflJJJiljji 





™= — ^ ^~^— ^— ^^— 




1 



- ■£•.. 



d^cma "Deaf tit Dtttro^. 




H. 3279 



Dpom4rui na ttvbin-cnoc. 



339 



1353. & 





&)diye btuclgft. 



1354.#^ 




"^CJU; ic/c| ll 



* 





» 



2=fc 



Slpl 



-^ 



* 



IJJ J ' f J?IJ^C/r.Xj'lf/c;^TJ l S I 



iViv/r. Another version (From John Daly's Old MS.) has E? throughout. £d, 



P£tVU -oe^f an t-fletbe. 



1355. 




t 



3 



HW-f 



^ 



1 — t- 



#PPP 



<5- 



-£ F-H^ J 



£ 




i 



* 



k 



^ 



^ 



r c/iCrr 



f-f4f-l 



Aiv/^. See "The roving pedlar 51 N9 360 of which this tune is a variant. Ed 



Ptf a\y an ]A^za. 





£ 



CTjJJl^TjJf 




jW fppf 




H. 3279 



340 



Ve^x An cm\ bd\n. 



->^d f^ —m — ^ m * m M m — m F * ar ^ * * 


^jgi^jj irr J ir lt wj ir r ^ t rrrr 1 




JJ Irr ■* irCccfirr^ 






S 



TCcr^r m 



-^- 



^ 




q-r l 'r iCr"^/ iffr 




irr fl, W: r i JJ ^ i 




4 Jrr ri rcrfr i r J * r i e*TCrPr 




l^^ i cr cfS J i rr^ iBTji 



Note. The D and G sharps seem erroneous. Ed. 





Note- This tune appears again (from Prank Keaue) in EP,but in 9g time. Petrie has pencilled against it 
"Should he in^^In this setting the sixth bar appears thus-.- aI> fa j t jj* | Ed. 

Ca\\\k #5 bnAxnz \uac\la. 



t M w r r r -f — - frrr - r — r • J~—\ — r- r * 


A ^4 rp lr J w ir P^T if r iff ^-U^cj u f ' 





zz 



fe 



Z2 



I 



H. 3279 



341 



Thine bin. 



Andante. 

1360. ^ 




iV<?/V\The accidentals in brackets are supplied from another version of this tune.Ed. 



f * 



Moderato. 



Henry! a ^sb\ 




Andante. 



Phelim Mountains. set by Forde from Mr. Pigot's MSS. 




wt(\ The other version of this tune "The Phelim Mountains" has a G? throughout. See No. 385. Ed. 



Ca\\\ 



e^c An c-pi^a-. 



1363. l ^rc/ i jTK tM ' ^^Ettfi J^ 





* 



j^c q i st} STfrr gj^ f ^ 



i rrf ^l l JJJTJl 



H. 3279 



342 



CdiHe.dc an -c-fttf-4. 



1364. 




Lively. 



iiELr i pnrT i r' i i: | ^' | cu' = 





r i r^'cx/'^^T 1 







^ 




rj i J - 1 1 1 JT} rcu i ex; i m ^ 



m 



tt 



i 



^ 





^^m 



: L * II 






1365. ^Hj 



+1 



^P 






*+)Aiiother version has B? iu these places. Kd. 



Gaily. 



bi Uotn: tn! 



A Clare spinning tune. From F. Keane. 



1366. iA it ctr r i £; r ^^ 1 ^ r n v rj^i« 



I 



1367. 




Allegro. 



tw bmv bob-4-ftu. 



A Clare spinning tune.From F Keane. 



pgpp 



-i 1 j-j j i j- j j-i. 



N~^ 



Nn 




Vm bvm bob-4-|iu, f'oft 1 a m\\e jft&ol 



1368. 





fe^?? 



CHORUS 




• * J j 1 ^3 



H. 3279 



343 



tm bun bob-a-jtu. 



1369. 



jL i\ N • f # 


(ft) ^ 4 • — * • p t— 1 «_ *^ 



CHORUS. 




-£4t — , 








[Lacuna.] 














^ 








x r tt — 


— -■ 1, . . 


















• JS — =T" 










-^-^ — j 






-,— ,— 


i 












n 


— a ~a ■ 


* 






V J 






-~~ 
















-■ ■ — 









4 



k 



CHORUS. 



3 



s 




1 



Xofe. A. variant of the preceding. Ed 



S)n^r\xn ov^e. 



1370. ##f^ 



From Miss Ross. 






2Jn ■oeaf an buacaiU an paifovn. 



1371. i 



FromTeigeMac Mahon, 



CHORUS. 





bijifi na cjiacntfe cubanra. 



From ? Neil Is Collection. 



1372. inftv 



e 



^P 





^ 



e- 



& 



^ 



i^ 




J **J I J , 



L22 



I 



H. 3279 



aw 



% S)a\^ Y a wt^jwm! 



From Father Walsh. 



1373. 





k 



21 S)a\^\ a fittm! 

as in Mr. Pigotfs collection, tune corrected by GK P. 



1374. ^^S 




J 1 ' 1 1 HuiUiiiii J i r i rir i '^iJJ.'J i^^i 



21 &)a\\i%\ a \tuml 



1375. #^ 



m 



jJjuJcrrficjT;^ 






ju Jcc;r> i c/ cr-a^-^Mi 



Note, A variant of preceding. Ed- 



21 $)l\y%\ Ar fttnnl 



1376. Mar^ i rJjJiJ^iJJ^jJijJricf rff firr^^ ^ 




i? 



& 



CcipJJJiJQi^JJ i jJr i crcrrf i rr 




g»4 j iprrjfcd 



" MCfcr^n ^^ 




-^o/A Another variant of N<? 1374. Ed. 



H.3279 



345 






1377. i 



i»"h 1 1 r | 





'SivolU An tfuwottt. 



1378. 





m 



z± 



♦) 



-J-« 



JJlJJJlTri 





J J -jI J J J * 1 r J-*-^ 





Mf 



^ir[[£fir 



r r J i r J ' i J J 13 1 J J i i 



*) Another version has E^ here. Ed. 



Sp-dilpni! ^mn! 




m^m 



^ 



1 



(#) CS<#> T 




Note. This tune also occurs with at iuthe signature. Ed. 



1380.^^ 




*) Another version has Ei here, Ed. 



H. 3279 



340 



bac^c wife. 




1383.1^ 




1384.^ 




t 



^m 



A* r c-f/ 



$• Lrc fir fJDrju-^irj^iiJjp 



/ i r" , 



OomnaUm ^n clutn^i^. 



^l[iT[tf^35 



1 tJ-cuif -An v-fAm^s. 



m * ^j | ~J^ ^ * 





2ln cnoicm ^-jijoi^. 




: ^tr^ ^ ^ * * *1 J ^~^~ 



=$\{-%nu§ m 



_J^ 



s 




"77 



a 






H. 3279 



347 



2ln ^fiti-cnoicin pjuioiS. 



Lively. 



1385. 




|*p $ v ^mtfm 





fnpri^c; 



err rnrj'flJ ^i 




• »^ 



In^^n Sa*6b o'n wb^mf^c. 



1386. jj^a . jlJJJU^I^JJ lJlf 




kb 



til 



j^uif i O ^ir^ i ^crirrf i O^rir^ i fr'tri 




tr 



'SUn'd 4\nm. 



itO-V It ?t 


V 


I 1 J flu 


i ■ i* — f • _n — 




^ r V 


_-i 


loo/, m A 

-t r r r 1 r 


-#— 1 


m m m 

L^0 1 

1 (9 P p» 




-j — «-■ 


; J if r ii 


-i 


fr r c J i r i 




d 1 - 


L| * 1 J — U-LJ 




— Ph^ — d 


— I 



Hn %\o\\a %\i\iAmA 




H.3279 



M8 



2tn 510UA ^itu^w^i, 



Andante. 



From the Revd. J. Goodman. 30.Oct. 63. 




J^Jjji^^jju a 



+■ Note. A variant of the preceding. Kd. 



%\\ 510IU SftuawA. 



1390.^ 




.? 




* 



J J" J I 



^ 



S 



f 



^ 



5 



^ 





* 



^ 



i 



4* Note. Petrie calls this a modern air on N° 138. Ed 



&)a\& buvoe. 



1391. §h gj 





^ 1 J J J r r r 1 Lrj* ^J7 




1392.^ 



Gaily. 



bifoa ^n Sjttfom \eAVA\y. 




■^CjT le/Q iii 




g 




^ m# 




'Ciuwpe ritw. 



From O'Neil's collection 





liiig j .jjiiH^ JXTC I 'rrf j- r cf I f^rcr cf -i J 1 J g g EI 



H.3279 



349 



% -o - r Ab Ajt-pei An p^ "o^itv? 



From 0:Dalys Kilrush M.S. 



1394. j^« cg rj ccCrWrric^ ^ 





JlijJriflW l 



4 A JQJ)J3-0l- 




i]i]Jrsr i rrrrr rr ri-OJ^ i 



tit -puAift tne tiUufte pife. 



From O.Daly's Kilrush M. S. 




M J]j? i C fl 'rmrn c gffJ' i r/r; i Crrj ^ fr i ^ rf UJfli 



!''''■ ;-U l JJJlc;Yj 




2ln t-^aU- cu4c. 



From John O: Daly's Kilrush M.S. 



1396. jJur-T E 




3 




From O: Daly's Kilrush M.S. 



1397. ^r^3 




H.3279 



850 



\y zy\x&% tn^ft 1 cotiA^c trte Aen be^n a~\i\am. 







4» Note. Petrie says "this seems another setting of the preceding. Ed' c 

\\ bu At A\\\\n bg£ 65 we 4 'cu'5 wofi-^eAn t)0 HelU bin. 
,,1'm a young little boy that has given great love to Nelly ban'.' From Margaret Hickey. 





HT^i we A\\iAn wb^Ue feo A ^ z bU^mam ^tif zy\ \a. 
I am in this town only one year and three days 



1400. "I 1 ^ JSi^pQJojjijjjj 



From P. MacDowell T Esq. 




■f Another version has this bar thus 



■■ {> rrc r ^ ,i.T |i ». 




#f^i 



PgftU 4ti cml qtdobafg. 



From Mr Joyce & Mary Madden. 




This air is also called "Pearla buidhe oir" by Mr Joyce (Petries note.) 

H.3279 



P|f4A aw tfo-CAift buroe. 



The Pearl of the yellow road. 



351 



Froru Mf Flatley. 




P%y\A An cttit oinyA. 



1403. jn ^jlf J J ^ 



S 



S 



S 





2ln piifom pion. 



1404. #^ 



r ttJ I 



As sung in Clare. T.Mac Mahon. 

* 




? 




HORUS. ([,) 



f ^ JflJcr i ^ i i r^ s 



r-rt rj cr J j-i j-j-ii 



1405. iHl 



2ln pavpom f ;ori. 

As sung- in Kerry, From Father Walsh's M S. 



7 




CHORUS • 




j jliflVfllMJ l 




* 



i 



jOT%rrjjUJ^ i rrcrr i r^Jijij.p 



H.3279 



352 



" • 



uyzi{ 05. 



From Father Walsh' s MS 



1406. (Si J i r-f f£ flr Jffilr r/J - ^ 





1 



* 



^^ 





21 n 'CaiHiup Aepat; (no. "-01*13 -tjoti^ T>;-Tnl<-utm' v ). 

As sung by Mary Hackett, Glenshane. 

The Smith's soner- 



Mf Joyce. 





ite 





Fine. 




d d 4 d J -j- W I ^j I |zz [^: J J pz^j I 



A Munster Hop Jig. 

1408. -+* 1 



Pihb 



^ • 



an ceo. 



D.a 



From Mf Joyce 





By the grove in the West. Co, T *^1» \m T An s^oji^. 



From Mf Joyce. 



1409. fe 



rrr i rrnrrrircr g 



§P 





bitT na ^cjtaolT. 



From Frank Keane. 




H.3279 



353 



d W li. 



1411. 






From a Limerick Woman, in Dublin. 

^ ^ Allegretto. ^^ 

1412. ypr^f rr rr i ^ 



"C£(\) n4 1 4.* 



P.Joyce. 




CHORUS 







Wc£c. To the Nurse tune(No.l014) Petrie has added a pencil note, u See Tana la and Mr. Joyce's lullaby 
The two lullabys from Mr. Joyce are No. 1008 and 1011 in the present edition. Ed 



X^l "t\<x \a. 



1413. 




CHORUS. 




Hugh ? Beirne. Different Version. 



rjtricjHi 



6Ut£ 564l ctutw 



From Frank Keane. 



1414. 



a 





<" 



g 



mm 





Note, Petrie, had orsinally written bar 3 thus 
bably be as in the last bar but one. Ed. 



^m 



but afterward erased the notes. They should pro 



H.3279 



a 54 



O ^le-dti 4 trufi tvoeAy \ ^qtic ©ibt|t. 



From R Keane. 



1415. j^^tffrrfcfif^ 





2ton 'f t>o n-d pToWtfte-dcc-d. 
"The ace and deuce of pipering"-a set dance. 



From Mr Joyce. 





£ 



JJJJJ ■ J. J |J 




r PTIf r l -l 



A 




Scotjun wo qtovoe! 



1417. 3^ 




Note. The variants are supplied from another version of this tune. Ed. 



Wi 'ft 5^tf fe T)' QocaxW. 



From O' NeilFs collection. 



1418. 




j ja /ji J-Jer cf i r ^ 





^^ i rrr^f-ri 




ft rrefCr i r fJJiJJ ^ 




H.3279 



355 



IXiUiattt msc 'Peve\C\ 



From O' Neill's collection. 



1419. jn^ l | 




' ^j i j~j jTU i p r c/ i 





*- u r cjicj-tjtj-jts | r ^^ u j ^ i -q- r ^ j» u J3 j:j u b 



Wl'l 4£4ttt Y ^ n T&ijAl' 



1420. 



From O' Neilfs collection. 




/ttoc ^fteirte. 



Jack An ctu, XeAvl 



(#)+) 




:» r JT iPJ-J^ 



From O' Neill's collection. 




From O'Neill's collection 




Cf LCj- 





1r)Notc. The sharp is supplied from a second version of this tune. Ed. 

H.3279 



356 



HI x v V® xc wo lewe. 



1423. ^^ 




A clan march. 



Pe^Tuioil aw ¥\o\d\p. 



With spirit. 

pia. 



j)ia. 




Note. This is a version of "The Eagle's Whistle. See No. 305 and 306. Ed. 



/L 



fto! 're no tiea-ca a b-diTe. 
Ancient clan march. 

March time. . ^ m u _ 



y/ i tr^ 





i' ^Wrtri 



' jtr i» i f - f tif 




^ 



/'za 




T jPZtf, 




7Vb/e. Compare this with No. 983. Ed. 



H.3279 



357 



betft \eAZ me. 



Affettuoso. 




From John (TDaly's Kilrush MS. 



1427. ' ^^ftftf 





^-rJjJ j ^Jj IJ yj ^T J JJJ^JlJi^J^Jl 




? HJJJ JJ^ jjpj ^iJ^JPj u ^frfr irrTfTO : 





SUmce Ui6£PtuUp. 



1428. ^ 





m 



TT 



rfrir ^r r i ^ 



-&*- 





-&■ 



■4H- 



I 



H.3279 



358 



CuoVw *a £ot>Atf e, plup na wb^n. 



<i, 



From Frank Keane, 



Called also"Kathleenna Rudderigh, the flower of women!' see setting by Mr. Mc. Dowell . 

Andante. 



1429. ipa 




J J i* I f £ JI 





njj I J j/3 | r ^ p 



lu ifFfr ^ 




Andante. 



21 S)h\ie\ \f ve^x t>o ^iipe. 



From Frank Keane 



1430. f i g UJJjJ u J^lr^ l ^J^UJjJj l 




* 



JT3 1 r TE 7TJI J J IJT3-1 




ilfrfc. A slight variant of the preceding. Ed. Petrie adds"This seems to be the original form of "My ain 
kind dearie'.' See No. 640. Ed. 



1431. p 




'pi »J J f l«J3J Jl 




Note. Compare this with the two preceding tunes. The signature of three sharps is probably omitted. Ed. 



Ht^Att 1 a xreifus .an c^Ue 4tft tttAfom. 



From Frank Keane 



1432. 



£ 




* 



^ 



s 



^ 



^p 



rlj ;J J' l J.JJ' l r r r C I 




r 



\ ■■■■■* 



mj._j fli r r r r ^ 



^^ 




* 



W 



g ' ' FfT 



Hi 



- 1 j J J J I J- J I 



Dfotc. The manuscript has a"G 7 'added in pencil at the beginning, thus: 



H.3279 



ys^Mprp K 



Ed. 



359 



T)]ioi*UttAT> x\& m^tiU, no &)o\\\{ bjte-i-^ Wti^enr. 



From Frank Keane 



1433. j^JB i rr e/irrcf i J J rj 





+)Another version has a k in these places. fid. 



Andante. 



From Frank Keane. 



1434. pl^| 




Note, A variant of the preceding. Ed. 



Allegretto. 



£)&\y% aw tufibft£<i. 



From Frank Keane. 



1435. 




CHORUS. 




Andante. 



'CattuH t>£ ^dtfdf-f-A. 





fe* 



s 






nz 



i n u ryirCr^ir^rc/ir ^ 




H.3379 



360 



Andante. 



Advice to a young man in 
choosing a wife. From Galway. P. Mac D 




(p J3J]]jj ; 




% Seiml a xmt wo c6w4ftf4n! wii triuft a' 1 -ool 4 1 pof^t). 

Oh John my neighbour's son, if you are going to marry. 



1438. 





^JJ.^ I /JiJ 






«• J J- I I 



./Vota. A variant of the preceding-. Ed 



Do cavu^av 7 Hii^uf *oo connAC nve. 

Co. Limerick. From P. Mac Dowell, 



1439. 



M* n 






J- J J 3 l^ '- fcr JJ I J"3 





^ tocf ^ I ^ 



^fe 



-» 



i 



H . 3279 



361 



GvfUJ f\ 4-DAUe, 7 ^bmfv tuc jucain-fe let. 

From P? MacDowell Esq. 




* A>V6 J . Soe No. 594. Ed. 



Cdp4 Vdnifi. 

Set from L. O'Brien by Mf Joyce 

^^ , August 1854. 





■xr i r cr JJ | 




*E^ 






=J3-n I J JU i 



HgH 



a 



* Note. See No. 368. Ed. 

* 

Had not we better wait, my dear. 



1442. 



i 



fcj^ 



dr 




^toflffgF^ ^ 



From „ A collection of the most celebrated Irish tunes. 1 ' 
Printed and sold by John and W 1 ? 1 Neal. Christ church yard 




+ Note. Petrie indicates the same source for his copy of "Patriek Sarsfield." No. 311. Ed. 

H.3279 



3< J 2 



2l]i wo "Ramble* tjaw, vq&x, non^. 



_ 1444. ^ ^ 1 . n 



I JT/fl 






IIP 



i f Lf ' 



~r^J n i J-3 H^ 



^ 



4- Note. Petrie has probably omitted two flats in the signature. See, "Rise up young William 
Reilly"No. 510. Ed. <. , »r ^ £ „. 

O God John. See the Gaelic air"oran an avig"& Bunting's "A chief tain" &c 

From Frank Keane & Kate Keane. 



1445. i 





t 



^ Sftf 



m 



i^B^ 





iTr ri tf r I K \ F* n\ l n 



*5\i&b \ fan 61. 



1446. jb *ffiJ33 I fp [£y JT3 1 J.JJJ J J-J3 1 J_r [[y J] l 




^ r' C C£E T I r-f J3 J13 1 J.^ JJ3J13 1 if Ctt f 13111 



hiifitt4 nan Oiitmn. 



1447. fe 




4 ^ C£JT ETIf* £ fl ^l££f 



H, 3279 



303 



1448. py 



Slow. 





p^g 





^drow Aitnri cov|* t;4ttT An ^le^nA. 



From Mary Madden. 54. 




-I* Note.k variant of the preceding. Ed., x ^ *- 

DAftf* An r-fletb. 



or, 'The top of the mountain, an ancient dance tune. 



1450. ^k 





4* Note, This tune also occurs with no % in the signature. Ed. 



/ / *v 



\s Aibm -ooCf) nA Hewimb. 



Andante. 



1451. $^; mrrJJujJujj 



ij jjiJrffiEJM^HH 




it 



^ 



? 



tfircnyfrrSitngfrairrJJNjjJJiJJJ i Ji 



H.3279 



364 



C\\\ Cmx\ no b^n-t^^fm^ lbV*ic. 



1452. ^ 






\ f[ J'l J-- J J J I J J ^JJ ^ 1 J ~^jF~ttf^ J=^ 



* ^ II 



Sftuanin b^n 6ift£n. 



1453. j'lci f ll 



e 



gl 



I 



^ 





j] I J r J3 kf-Jv 




* 



&rf& rrJ^figf i c r c^i^^j 



i 



H* Another version gives Cttand D(t here. Ed. 

b^Ue pirofuuc. 



A u a Andante con spirito. 

1454. |W^ ' ' ~" 



JJ+i.^ | rrr t r r 1 WiJ|J.Q>| r 




cresa. 



S^itne JpAel. 




+ iVtfte. See "Poor old Grauua Weal" No. 790. Ed. 

H. 3279 



'EeAyZn buvoe. 



3«5 



From Miss Ross. 





■JffiJ^ l CJJ^f j-lJIT^ i ^ 



Hn jyeA\iAti btfrae. 



1457. 




3E 






^ 



m 




, ^ H -— — -^ We dp ^ 



^ 




JA I LS' ''CM 



^ «- 





F3tt qt 



s 





2ltt TjedyAn btu*6e. 



As in a MS.of 1780. 





fe 





r-t- j j j j . g 



jU J7]j J i m? cnr^rr^ ^ ^ 




i 



+ JVotv. See."The yellow Horse" No. 577 of which this is a slight variant. Ed, 

H. 3279 



300 



t& me catU-ce. 



1459. "| " 2 j pilJ JJfc Ef+ frJUflS I ^ ^g^il 




tez tfjtij^gp g^ 




* Note, The other version of" this tune/'I'm lost without her," has no sharp in the signature, but 
the notes marked* are sharpened. Ed. 

Siut> of^c, a \nA-cM\i wo c£\\e\ 

"Here's a health to the mother-in-law." Father Walsh's M.S. 



1460. 





*^ ^ 



Slit! 7 bgn-dcr le bti-dTuptattf an c-fjo^-dtl . 



1461. ^^ 



'" C-T-T I ' 



^m 



m 






g f£Ekpm 



+Ndte, Another version has no t| in these places. 

"Goodbye, and my blessing to the troubles of the world." From Father Walsh. 



1462. 





a *c » i 




4 Note. Petrie adds a pencil' note "I have another set of this in some book." 

H.3279 



367 



Allegretto Set from Joseph Martin, by W. Joyce 




* Note. The Flats are supplied from another version of this tune. Ed. 



tltuf -eo! tno W-dtrtf. 



1464. 



k 



■ Andante. 





fcfe 



F*E? 




^P 




te=fe 



^m 






^^W 




k \>. , 



?T2 



£ 





4* iVtfte. This is a second setting of No. 1016. Ed. 



1465. 



Allegro. 



tkuf-eo! tno le^tvtT. 





ufe 



IS 



£0-jn iJTJj ^j 



&: 



P^£ 



Pf- 




k 



fcz 



* 



^F 



Tjf l-ffl^ j^ 




i 



£:2 




S 



at i ^jn^ 



* Note. This is a third (March) setting of No. 1016. Ed. 

H.3279 



368 






1466. ^^ 




21 'PtMf -51 wttfitt - m f e wo stiif) pew - trti if 50 p6f we w 

¥tf * r - i~h 1 i i' 1 j* 1 1 1 1 r r r n i ^n 



^^ 



aoif wo ffi b\n *oe-d^ t;ti low-bo 451*1* tnft - eo ^ow- bo -d^ttf tnU-eo! 

% zd\-c\oz Uovotn. 



Andante. 

1467 Ml 3 




% Gdirtoc Ro;r»m! 



From Taig Mac Mahon. 




Ti cailm 4ft trv wbatle feo t>1\C b'atuw v\"P^\ 




1470. 




Andantino. 



1 



omon, 7 cjome. 



e* 




^ v j ^^j:Ij,-^ 



-AW^. For other Hymn tunes & caoines see Nos 1018- 1050. Ed. 

H. 3279 




369 



lu^en SaVob o-n ttVbeanfe^c. 



1471. 




te 



t± 



^5 





^ 






21 tiocctHfi thUj\' 



1472. T^TJ^ 





iVo/r. See "0 Johnny, dearest Johnny* etc. N° 693. Ed. 



Allegretto. 



t)uti4 n4ii4, *ooftc4. non. 

A mock scolding spinning tune. T.Mac Mahon. 



I473. *»lr.|-J^ 




3 




m\ 




3 



^_ 




^^£ 




1474 ^^ 



Ltif14, ltt|t4. no t)il lttfl4. 

A mock scolding spinning song. From Mac Mahon $ Curry. 




Epft i a rt r-in^ ^ ^ 



Allegretto. 

1475. ^S 



S)a\\ leo le|»6. 



A spinning tune 




H.3279 



/ 



370 



%\i MMvxn t>\a lti4tn tfeat) -o'^i^af 4u clu4in. 



1476 , ^4^P3 fl ] i jj r i r 1 ^ ^ ' J 73 r M 




r r r p » i J"^3 J ri m > =i 



2t|i ceaucajt Ckt4m-tt4-4*)e4l4, 7 Caftft^v^-tt^-tlitwt 1 ^ 



147 7. jjfc 1 ' ii i I J"^ J^S pg 






Note. A variant of the preceding Ed 



Slin 7 bedna.cz \e buATtyAxtf 4u c-fAo^atl. 



1478. |pH 





Nutv, Spo N<? 1463. Ed. 



1479.fe 



"D^np^fo tne *cmlc* t>o' tn fe4n ''bfusce*. 



J r J r J 1 -U gj 




j 1 lcj r c 1 r ccr i 




F~^~ ^ 1 c r* r ^ ^ ^^ ^ 



$ott\ Petri e adds, "The same as 'The Tanner's wife etc. 1 and "This time twelve -mo nth I married" Ed 

H. 3279 



/ 



371 



X)i jyCAYfM'be be An ZAtiAyMve UotnfA. 



"If I should meet a Tanner's wife." 





# %%^ 



I/rr i f cr J i J 'J J J^ J i J - J 



No{t\ A variant of the preceding. Ed. 

Suit) 4ti fo, a mmfuun! linn tiotn. 

Set her near me ; my Murneen. 

3= 






Sutt> An fo, a wtujtuw! litw how. 
"Sit here, O Murneen, near me" 



1482 




iV/v/A The signature should obviously he 3 flats. The first 6 notes of the tune have a pencil 
alteration in the M S. lowering each one a tone. Compare the preceding tune. Ed. 



Andante. 



c>tt£6 tno qt(MT)e-fe. 



1483. ^JJUZ 





\f c-ditm be4-5 65 me. 



1484.|S 





fe 




H.3279 



372 



blT?e4tt ZU \ tifdT) A-K\U\jy. 



"Humours of Kilkenny. JJ Your bag- is handsome my boy. 



From M S. book of 1770. 




H [^Qj* ** ^ I ^ ^ I I 



+ Petrie adds iu a note the following three hars as an alternative 



•s as an alternative j) (L i ,.i.. ■ 

or correction here:- (ft) ft r m J r | | | , J—P— ' | T F F f ^ j — 



Sttro ofu;,4. &)&ZA\\i mo Cetle! 
"Here's a health to the mother in law." 



Father Walsh's MS. 




21 vziocfAiv ru a tfaite how? 
or, Will you come home with me. From Paddy Conneely, & other Pipers. 

fc j^ » &• 

BE 






fluj-jjjijjjjjimtfCcfl 





rr fir r^j 



"O little Mary, what has happened thee." 



From T. Mac Mahon. 



M88. j 1 * F i ri^ S 





: l r Clf l iif J 3|J 3j l ^ j J3lr'LJ'' ll J J 3|J Jj 




H.M279 



21$ 4ti mb6zd\\nn burce, v* put\ tno qtoroe. 



373 



At the yellow Boreen lives the secret of my heart. 



From T. Mac Mahon. 



1489. ffH 





" i rr r r ^ l ffff * n^*u _h 





j ij ' j. j'f ?** 




1*0- . 



From T. Mac Mahon. 



1490. 





Nate. Compare this tune with the preceding. Ed. 



2»n 



mdiTHftm jittat), 



From T. Mac Mahon. 



1491. 






21 &)£\y€\ tno cottt^Uftte wa ^lAcp-diti. 
Oh Mary if my advice you take. From T. Mac Mahon. 



1492. 






II.. '^79 



374 



0\ tntf e \& a mx\ 50 LuwmeAc. 



I was one day going to Limerick. 

1493. 




Cxa cx-bfesb fiti-o S)a\\^ xd H-iUle 4 tnai-om tjiji &)l\yz ^o woe. 
Lawsy Dulh. From Mac Mahon. 




Note. The MS. has a pencil note, "There's not in the wide world a valley so sweet."Ed. 

PVtujun tut wb^w *oon 65. 
The little flowV of brown-haired girls. From Mac Mahon. 



1495. j^lt J3 l ^C£ f t-53J3t^ 




21 BiidcWllme 654! an &ule feo. 



1496. 




La le Pirate bio]\t. 
"On Patrick's day I was in my elements 

1497. |pf£ 



From Mac Mahon 




H.3279 



"Do ce-dtui'S .an \lo\xzedc bo a$ au aowac. 



375 



From Mac Mahon. 




&)& \\ w&xt \e<xv. 



1499. ptf f frTjrJlr ^ i r [; [j J i ji J3 r rj i 




a. 



it) two cporoe. 



From Teig Mac Mahon. 



1500. 




21 1* zpxiAJy ^Ati tn-dc 4w tti^otff d-^dm. 



From Mac Mahon. 




-^M^cJf^^CT 318 




If. 3279 



37G 



*C& c4tlm 4ft an hf\s6. 



From Mac Mahon. 



1502 




to 



r \n ui^ \ !^ r iy^^n ^^ 




^ i J7tjj> 



jTI I 





So -cctq^e^ttn Murphy. 



From P.J. O' Rcilly Esq. 



1503. ^a^Jiprcfff i r jjJ3 





U^n 




M tfW j . gJJU J" JJ-3l .1 1 1 



Oc! a tfe^n a" ci^e! 
"O woman of the house is not that pleasant \> A white -boy march. From T. Mc M. & E.Curry. 

1504. 




?rJ i rrrrrri 




■ i c r Jf n 




rj-i i Ji J^ 



^ 



mm 



Vote. A variant of N? 994. Ed. 

Tli boriimn 4^nv-]M. 
"I have a cottage on the verge of the mountain V 



I have a cottage on V 

1505. fe 




T. Mc Mahon. 






H. 337M 



377 



Do ZUA-bAT-JA 4 n-\A\l-ZAfi &C. 



"I went to the west to look for a wife" 



1506. i^m 





_| _ 




If btUcmUm 05 *c. 



From T. Mac Mahon, 



1507. 




fa c/rO^JX i 





' lr 1 is r O^ i J^£ i rjj H^ m 



Ceajic ^5^.f cot1e.dc a ryxmzx^ \e ceile. 



1508.^^ 



From T.Mac Mahon. 




JjjjAjjjj ^ 




^ JJ3 r r i r 




^MTJj i JJ i j^rrr i rirr r i ^Jni 




h J3u J3 jnJi JT3 r n^J Jig pp pa 



Ce4|tc d£4f cotle^c 4 "oHwri^ le cex\e 



1509. 



Gaily. 





H. 3279 



378 

b|ftptm time tafi&dfi 45 i4pft4iT>. 

"I would advise you to pass over the boundary! 7 From T. Mac Mahon. 



1510. 




ft JJ J J3 J i^jr m r £f ^J i J. ■ 




^flf^U: 




&)ayo\x\ ceo u-ttaift a -o'e^i^e^f. 



1511. 





Tjjj. Jujj^r Cji^tjj j7J i i"jJ^r c/ i 



^S 





^f j&rr'n rjTjrr f i ^Jjjjj iJjjJJc r i ^^J i 



3W<\ Petrie adds "See Hardiman's & Joyces sets of this'.'See"The Morning Star" N9 895. Ea. 

£)a\T)W Ce6 tt-1ldVft A TPtxyXJfrZAX* 



1512. ft^ 




f^J-jjjfl l J3Jjj f r j-UJ .flj i 




ft Aj.j j. iAcf C. tfr ^ i rjr rr p 





^cr t rr , nrrr.rr^ i 0^j ffli^jJ c rr / iJ3;j.3j.i 



Note. A variant of the precediug. Ed. 



fl. 3279 



:J7J) 



1513. 



Andante . From Mr * Hardiman - 

" m 






rrj-fijauj 




3j pg g 




21 ccttmim XeAZ? 



1514. ffig 



From Mary Madden. 





Note. Petrie adds the following" in pencil:- "Remember thee, yes while there's life in this heart."' Ed, 



1515. j^g/g 





£ 



1 ^Ir r r f r 



zz 



^ 



:'P » 





S 



zz 



bean a Tallin niUejifc 



1516. |H 





21 zAiXm\p\n\y m^MV &c. 



1517. fe 




^^a 




H. 8279 



380 



lie ! 6c on! 4jif an ta-imdifte bufoe. 



Och och one, said the yellow tanner. 



1518. 





If lotnutu yeoman -m^Uut^re *oo ciU a -605.1 t>. 



1519. 




^nji i n3jj%r.r S-r i ^J^ 



From Mary Madden. 




1^ 1^^" ^ ^ \sw ^ 



p cj r cj i mj l v i uuj f . y i : ^g 




2ltv ft|lr4n le^ntMC. 



The childlike star. 

4, 



1520. ^^ 






* * 




M rrtff 



CHORUS. 





si££g 




Nof<\ This and the preceding tune are variants of "John Doe" N? 738. They are given by Fetrie as"seeond 
setting" a cd t: third setting' T respectively of that tune, which occurs several* times in his manuscript. Ed. 

H. 3279 



381 



TLa aw reme jjAti co\^\\z. 



1521 ^m 




jiflj 



-& 





Vir-f 



S 



Jj^ i r rr r rir'te 



^^ 





T)i b^i^^n-fe Siotfdu ']* ^ coffin. 



Form T. MacMahon. 



1522. 



QA> \, 'j 000 — J [000 Jy* ff\ pp 9 ^ — - s JT" _T^i r"^" 


ffi '^ a ^:^L T , ■-— J J JJ* -c-J-; — «-— — *^*+-^- 




& 



££ 






X)a xtfoe&b \£n piifice &c. 



1523. $h 1 [J I 



^ 



^ 




^e£^ 




P 



* 



£= 





There is a little enchanted glen that I know. 



1524. ^S 






t 



crrrrnrrrrrr r i J 3Jijj ^i.r]^ f l ^ a 



H. 3273 



382 



Do br6e4f-f4 \i bftei^ ^eme, Ac. 



I was one fine sunny day, a-f ishing by a river. 



1525. 






W-twtfi a tffbe^f \ wuf m'oi^e. 



When I was in the beginning of my youth. 



From T. Mac Mahon. 



1526. 







f I Ul ^J I J"P J7 J I ciJ LCJ I J l ^l 



or "The wine is good? 

+ Larghetto. 

1527. fe 



If mA\z un fion. 



From M!!? Close. 






Another set. 



If tn^ir e 4n -pibn. 



Vivace. 



1528. # ^ 




ST «IV 




II. 3^79 



"To look for my calves I sent my child? 

Andante. 



383 



From M. Madden. 1854. 





jst^mizjj^ 





i 



E^m 





2tft rtutjUfc r\A tv^AmnA &c. 



1530. ^ 



From T. Mac Mahon 







'Lt; c^f i jtj rn i J^ ^ i j a 



iVo/P.&yaLrhiiit of the preceding;. Ed. 



DomttaU tta "DiUe^m. 



1531 





H.3279 



384 



* S / *' 4 ' 



Tin bean &o ffof ty \quaz an t-fjtti'ciUTV, feo ctt leo. 



1532.^ 



i 



tb 



2l 



g=*= 








Pf 

s 



J J ' 






CHORUS. 





Hei^m. 



1533. ^^g 



£ 



^^ 



5 







■ n n i 





J a = = 




^ 



T^r 



or, Out of sight, out out of mind. 




1534. Y"H 




H. 8279 



385 



Cean vu\) -oihf. 



The new mountain road. 

1535. li^-lJ 



A Gonnaught Jigg. 



EeS 






'7j l j.jjjrJ^r-'lC£flJ-jJjjfl 



v' V 



"Qualm -ottbac 



Allegretto. _ 

1536. 4^' 8 Jl J 73 ^ 




J i jnJJ^i rrrr^ 



'S a tmtfmm -oUif ! If cu tno leatttT. 








'S a tnu-ftmn TnUf! 



. Allegretto. 


*? 4 ^-bf£f-f-lJ J.^JJ^tb^ JJ # — ijj J^ F 





t 




y=3 



H. 3279 



386 



Lu\nne*ic. (Limerick) 



1539. pn 



Z 



P* 



(Ossian's Poems.) 

m J d 11 




t 



h I n 



1 h 



i 



CtiOf-dtt-dC'C. 



Andante. 



(Ossian's Poems.) 



1540. I** U If Jf ^ 



' f I r f r h- 1 1 



^ 





5^ 



^P~ *"" W T 1 






/ 




1^1 



1541 . ^^ 



QojjAn coifi. 








■ J .JJl^JT j ir L£-r i r ^r^J'IJ- J l 



&)A\yt tu£ hSitnn. 



1542. j, "n a si i J r 





Uj 



j r ^ i cxr cJ-t n' tks n 



is 



»*; 





P^ 




ft r ^ J f i 1 




H. 3279 



Xn^eAn SeSin tu Caza^ax^, 



387 



1543. ffi u:\nyjj g 




Ii\^fJ7ji\ ] f 




Ltuc tno ierpvne. 



1544. 





* 



^ 







1545. ^if 



Ctutvpiw-ffe tw$uz~x& am ftAyToAn feoil. 

A weaving tune of the CQ of Clare. 





* 



s 



? 





,AW. Petrie adds '-See F. Keaue's Set."Ed, 



S)\C 6 ! WO ^pAX). 





^m 



1 u j: i j J? i jtj i j. ij i i 



H. 3279 



388 



Svjjle tu£ 'Eawha 



1547. 4*<-jiJ^r i = p^ 





* 



ZllS^ [j l 



1548. -y-* 




*s 



E— 




* 




* 



^ 



1549. ^^ 




6- 








Set in the C? of Londonderry. 



^f 





ifc 



r • +■ 




b^c-dc na cXz&za. 



A Connemara tune. 







sz 






H. 3279 



389 



% bfu^vo! if t;u Ve wi-jt^r. 






~o 



m * 1 m J d 





~u 



nu jJJi i 



i 



Do b^eiftjt lei^e^n T>6itT. 
Allegretto. Better let them alone. From Teige Mac Mahon. 



i55i. 4-UUU33-J73 1 sV i [ r i jl r [£; i jtj j JS 





j J3 J73 i JJV j 




Allegretto, 



Cy\\\W\WZAt CftOW. 



Mr. Joyce. From J. Martin 



1552. 




f^m^ 




Set From M. Dineen. 

Andante. 

1553. ZIZT3 



Di wbemn-fi ^Af wo 'sy&b bin. 



From Mr. Joyce. 






! JJL-[ £lf *J J^ 1 f F g 





Note: 4- Another version has 3?iu these two places. Ed. 



390 



SuifTe buvoe. 



Mr. Joyce. From L.CV Brien. 



1554. f« tf I J J/T3 lj JtJJ-J 



jt JT] rrj i m -n j i JT3 jt3 i n-j jtj 





bp4e! tut po^. 



From P. Coneely. 



1555. ^^ 



rrrr i r JJ j i j J-J r i r~ r w i 





rTEJ' l l'fCjfiB 




1556. ^| 



21 caUnv bt£ &&t&\\ t\& / $\i&&\ / $e b^ea^ buvoe. 
Andante. Fr ° m F.-Keane. 




f 






§ 



p 



CrLTU' ^ 



w 




au ir 




fr CJ Lj* ^ 



f r cj- i 



? 



© 




m 



^ 



H. 3279 



391 



2t c-dilfn tn^ tu]\nl n<i ^fitUi^e bpe&jy btnf>e. 



1557. 




3 



± 



pH r J J j i j ^ ^ 



From Frank Keane. 10. Sep. 54. 

5 





fc 



cir C j-i r ^ jJ i r-F r ir c x ri'' er a 





Note.k. variant of the preceding.Ed. 



1558. 




3E 



± 



^ 



I ;» » . „ E i f I; 



From R Keane. 



' LU I 



^ 





£ 



f 



i 




^ 





(* Another version has E^ here. Ed. 

2hft wo j$d&A\\ v\ie b\e&i C\\a£ *oatn. 

From L 0'Brien,by Mr. Joyce. 

i 



1559. 





i" CVCJ J 1 1 



^^ 



zz 



k 




•i i, iv c; j i 



^ r Cj'TJ'ir c';if (j rr I ^ -H "^ I J ^ 



I 



'Sedzxn Aip cfitro. 



From P. Carew's MS. 



1560.*^ 







fTJU JJrj i rr jJTji 



H.3279 



392 



Seacm 4tfi cjtti'6. 



From P. Carew's MSS. 



i56i. # et £ 






^m 





mm 




Note.K. variant of the preceding. Ed. 



1562. ^ 



426ft clttatva. Set by Mr. Joyce from Lewis O'Brien, 

Coolfree,C° of Limerick. Aug. 1854. 



BE 



f 



zz 



1 — i 



d 



S 




i flcfJJJ l fl^ i 



i=t 



5 



iYW^The two variants in this tune are supplied from a second version. Ed, 



1563. 




bitty v> A Cfiaoitfe t\xmflA. 




i 



pp 



^ 



p 



^^ 



^2_ 



C\D 




1564. 



2tn fe^nrmme cftotn. 
Allegretto. Mr. Joyce from J. Martin, 






Ui j j I jjl JTJ g 



i iffft rrriTT ts 




^ p f J J | J J'J JJ | 




H.U279 



393 



W wszak ea^e tne ^n "tiotir 



Andante. 



From Frank Keane. 



1565. 




-ffrH? 



1 J r c-T i rx£j» r c/irrrrr cj- 1 




The black-haired woman from the mountain. 

Andante. 



1566. 




Set from J. Martin,by Mf Joyce, 



^^U+ 



^ 



<^ ,J J"J I J r. .T] 



ZZ 



p^g 




^ ^ I 




; [j J « 



Z2 



gjj-l 



(&- 



m 








^ 



ZZ 






Andante. 



be^cn tmtT 6'n flutff. 



1567. j^ ej /lf L fCT | J &£ ^ |f ^ ^ 



4^ 



^ 






ZZ 



m 



m^ 






■Hi r J^u 



zz 



i 



Notck slight variant of the preceding. Ed. 



H.3279 



394 



be^m tmtf 6'n fU^tf 



The dark- haired woman from the mountain. 

Andante. 



A Mayo Air. 
From P. Joyce, March 1864. 



1568. jut J I. 



i ji^ir re/if cjJ]U J . 






* 



r crcr i r ltCjit lt JJ i j" 



zz 




^jp 





^ 



I 



21 "Landlady"' r\A piipce! 

'Cdbdtfi cijic etle *oo 1 n wj p eo A-fceAc. 



1569. j^i y l ^ ^ 



From Mr Hickey. 





rtt 



UWutS ! 





Sibeil rti bfuam. 



Andante. 



1570. 






^m 



H. 3279 



395 



no, 21 &i4C4iU 4n ctiU thu^s 
Allegretto, From M. Madden. 



1571. ifrHF? 





O^in^i'j 4tt ctM •ouaUi'j! 



1572. 




r r l£/ i 



^ 



p^ 



ys>- 




1573. 




^£)o ofte^c 'f wo *oit:,Y 4 f cloture ^u ^U|i 4tt ^ft^T). 

Allegretto. 



From Frank Keane. 



8 jjn/TJMr s rU J'-un i , 





t 



' i r cjic-Lr i r ^i^"3 n 



ir cr ' 




* 




■ if -TBi Jf] ir Q'N J i J J J i J a 



0o qteac if tno Ign £4n kitty ^uf «ve. 



From T. MacMahon. 



1574. 




- ^ iJ? r ^ i r^r q^JJiJJifi rrjr n^rrr i 



^ unr Cc^ri r i 




II. :^79 



396 



1575 



Andante. 

kto * 



Mr. Joyce From Jo. Martin 





rt i i^flg 





* OTT r Cj*!' 



*» 



I 



Note. Another version has Ei iu these places. Ed. 



4^o c^e^c Y mo v\aca\\i. 

Andante . 



1576. i ^ !t g fr I r 1^ 



^pj 





to 



f 



^ gg ff 





Note. Another version has tun in these places. Ed. 



bo5^ifiT) pupr-d. 



1577- ffi 





S|ie4T)4T) ,dt|t ^n n5fii*6 fo 4f ituu^ A\y tnbionn. 



A scorching to this (love), woe be him who it is upon. 



1578. ^H 




From Mary Madden. 





-j^^t^g 




H. 8379 



:W7 



1579. ffi« J) I J J JJ 




A County of Louth air. From J. Tig-he. 




iVv/^.The Phonetic English title to this air is written thus: ± 4 Un Killan creggam? Ed. 

PgftU An tfyolUvg t$4iu. 



1580. w rir-W a ir if' ctf ir ^ flU W J3 fl 



f ceVotmle flin Wn 4ic 4jt co*04il we tteitt, Sin - se 5° 



Jf i 7, -fr* 




^fc= 



rnr cinrcriy i r rer i r -rjjjir rg 



ffi 



f4m liw te bjtum^e4Ut»o cletb Do cuift we mo litn i \a\i a 



i^rcrrj-ifr n tfircrVrif cjr i r ^ i r ^ i jj 



bjtolUi'j f 4 ceiti, 5 *oo pu^ fi - pe 5fi4-6 bea^ ^ 4 *o S^w cmpfe -com fern. 

HuAtji 4 "O'eiju^ 4n caUe 4ip u*4i-om. 



1581. j'» J I J i 



mm 



^33 





* 




r r gi J r r r r' J J' J J'U J 



t> U 



i 



21 tt fittAcmn cfiou. 



1582. j^j irjrji ^ 



"The brown little Mallet'/ 





Xofv, \ pencil note to thN title says "or Roll of Tobacco. 11 Ed. 

H. H2V) 



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